UPDATE: The United deal passed unanimously without debate. Finance committee chair Ed Burke said, “The net effect on the Chicago economy will be tremendous over the next ten years, and this represents an ongoing commitment from United Airlines to its hometown.”

Now that the City Council’s Committee on Finance has given its consent, the full council will probably vote tomorrow to approve a deal giving United Airlines $35.4 million in taxpayer-funded subsidies to move its corporate operational headquarters, along with at least 2,500 jobs, into the Willis Tower. That works out to about $14,356 per job.

This money comes on top of $15.4 million in assistance the city gave United just two years ago to move its corporate headquarters and at least 325 jobs from Elk Grove Village to 77 W. Wacker.