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“Celebrates each others birthdays, friendsviving, holiday parties, happy hours, showers, etc”
“Great benefits, free coffee bar, free concerts, free drinks at work happy hour.”
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We are a global hospitality company with widely recognized, industry leading brands and a tradition of innovation developed over our more than fifty-year history. We take pleasure in welcoming our guests into our hotels, cultivating genuine connections and making a positive difference in their lives. We are dedicated to caring for every person who enters our doors so that they can be at their best. Each of our brands provides a distinct experience, while all of our hotels deliver genuine care. This sets us apart from the competition and helps us fulfill our aspiration to be the most preferred brand everywhere we serve. We manage, franchise, own and develop Hyatt branded hotels, resorts and residential and vacation ownership properties around the world.
The University of Chicago ranks among the world's most esteemed major universities. It has an enrollment of around 15,600 students, about half of which are graduate and professional students. It has a student/teacher ratio of about 7:1. The school's undergraduate branch offers a core curriculum based on the Great Books; students can choose from majors in about 50 areas. Among its graduate programs are the University of Chicago Law School and Graduate School of Business, both of which consistently rank in the top 10 according to "U.S. News & World Report." The school is associated with 85 Nobel Prize recipients including Enrico Fermi, Milton Friedman, and Saul Bellow.