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Tuesday, June 05, 2007

For internet access, the libraries in Chicago have free wireless, which goes largely unused. I can't say I know anything about applying at hospitals, though St. Francis in Evanston has some openings. They seem to want experience for anything more than part-time evening janitorial work, but you could try to get a job in billing. Bethany Methodist seems even more focused on jobs requiring experience you probably don't have, but maybe they have other openings they aren't listing online. And there would be more hospitals that I've either overlooked or are farther out. What about Loyola's Water Tower location? You would seem to have some qualification for some jobs there, particularly in the school's marketing and communications office.

The trick to the CTA is to get a Chicago Card. Or if you call me I will tell you all about the CTA because I am unhealthily preoccupied with public transit. And make sure that any job you accept is reasonably accessible. A terrible commute can make even a good job not worthwhile.

Don't want to overwhelm you with advice, but I feel for you.

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