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Chi
03-31-2009, 12:20 PM
I need a new:
Job
Apartment
and table to sit at!!
Help anyone in Illinois know where to find any of this??

cplmac
03-31-2009, 12:41 PM
Can't be of much help with the first two, but as for the table to sit at, I would recomend putting in the new address on your profile and then do a player search.

Chi
03-31-2009, 12:41 PM
How do I change my info

yukonhorror
03-31-2009, 12:47 PM
if you view your own profile. There is a little pencil next to all of the entries. Click on it to change.

Chi
03-31-2009, 12:51 PM
Sanks!!

Grimwell
03-31-2009, 04:13 PM
You are too far from the part of IL that I lived in for me to give concrete advise, but you are close enough to Peoria for the basic answers to work!

Job: Grab the Sunday paper and read the classified. Also use online resources (local paper online, Monster.com, etc.) If you need *any* job you should have that answer fast. If you have a career track you are after it may be harder, but the path to it isn't all that different.

Apartment: Try Apartments.com (http://www.apartments.com/Illinois/NorthernIllinois/CentralIllinois/Peoria&Vicinity) and see what you find! They have plenty of listings.

Table: Craig's list. Local furniture store. Classifieds. Easy win! ;)

GoddessGood
03-31-2009, 04:44 PM
I suggest also checking www.apartmentratings.com (http://www.apartmentratings.com) before you settle on anything concrete. Feel free to discount any reviewers whose only complaint is about the management or that complain about things that a sane apartment-dweller already expects (noise from the neighbors, gates breaking down, pet droppings on the property, etc.). Also feel free to discount those reviews that do nothing by glow (they are usually posted by the management of those properties). I like to use www.Rent.com (http://www.Rent.com) as well and www.mynewplace.com (http://www.mynewplace.com) though www.moveforfree.com (http://www.moveforfree.com) is also helpful (if they operate in IL, they may just be a texas thing, not sure).

MortonStromgal
03-31-2009, 10:46 PM
I also recommend Volunteering somewhere till you find a job. It looks good and you can make contacts possibly leading to a paid gig.

Don't forget about Worksource or whatever that states equivalent is.

mrken
03-31-2009, 10:52 PM
::waves:: Glad to see you made it ok. Wish you success in all your endeavors. Suggest you work on your needs in the order you posted them. lol Hey, you once had a license. See if you can get it renewed. Good luck and best wishes.