ProsThere was a lot of camaraderie, and I got to work on very interesting projects.
ConsI had no complaints. As a part-time employee during COVID, I never got to experience office culture, but this is not the fault of the UChicago Press.
InterviewSubmitted resume and cover letter. Then I was invited for a quick Zoom interview with the previous production assistant about relevant experience.
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...Flexible hours, casual environment, great health benefits...
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