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career call

Career Call was designed to help reveal the complexities, strengths, and weaknesses of specific job types from people who have worked in those industries.  Readers of Digest magazine, students of Loyola, and those interested in social justice will find helpful advice, warnings, and information regarding employment that they might one day seek.  Career Call may serve as an enjoyable and worthwhile look into certain fields.  People interviewed are asked a wide range of questions, from how they got the job to how livable the income and benefits may be, and whether or not they use their education to how social inequalities play out in their workplace.

If you are in a career or job position and would like to help others by sharing your story and experiences, please consider contributing a Career Call article.  Anonymous entries are accepted.

Click here to view a PDF of the questions; email questions/submissions to Brandie: bmadrid@luc.edu.

Below is a list of published Career Calls separated from the magazine.  Click to enjoy!

#Field/CareerTitleContributorReleasedIssue
9Food/Beverage Service IndustryBartender & ServerJ. Curtis Main5/9/201129
8EntertainmentPerformerSara Phoenix5/9/201129
7SalesIndependent ConsultantLaTasha Harrison5/9/201129
6Food ServiceBaristaBrandie Rae Madrid5/9/201129
5Non-profit / Art EducationProgram ManagerTodd Gerth5/9/201129
4Publishing IndustryCopywriterEmily Johnson5/9/201129
3Social WorkTherapistKatherine M. Zwick5/9/201129
2Non-profit / Youth WorkAssistant Resource CoordinatorJenn Miller5/9/201129
1Social WorkClinical CounselorMaruka J. Rivers5/9/201129




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