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The last time that I worked in an office was when I was an intern at Orvis. Since then I’ve had to learn how to get things done at home, and I’ve gotten pretty good at it. Still, I try to force myself to work out of the house at least once a week. I usually do this through Jelly Chicago, a co-working group that meets every Wednesday, but I also occasionally work at a coffee shop or my gym’s quiet room. Sometimes a change of scenery really helps my productivity–and if it doesn’t do that, sometimes it spurs my creativity. If I was looking for another place to work for the day, I’d probably go to Loosecubes (the site, not their office which is based in Brooklyn, NY and hosts co-workers). It’s a “community marketplace for workspace” that connects “people who have great workspace with people who need it.” Their listings stretch across 620 cities and 72 countries, so there’s a pretty good chance that you’ll be able to find something near you.

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Loosecubes makes their money by taking a 10% cut of the fees that co-working spaces collect, which seems like an ok business model, but I wonder if they’ll find a better way to monetize their marketplace in the future. I imagine that the idea of co-working may seem weird to someone who’s been in the corporate world for a while, but it’s probably pretty natural for most college students who are used to studying in libraries, lounges, cafes, and even outside. Here’s how co-working through Loosecubes works along with more info on why you might want to cowork or why a company might want to host co-workers. I think that co-working is an amazing option for job seekers. It’s well worth paying the daily fee to get out of the house and into a productive atmosphere that is filled with people who are working on exciting stuff. If you play it right, it could easily lead to a job–especially if you want a job at the company that is hosting. And since Loosecubes is both actively hiring and hosting co-workers, you’re in a perfect situation. Right now they’re looking for a Commander Awesome (Community Coordinator), an iOS Developer, a Product Designer, and a Software Developer. You can apply for the jobs online, but I think that you’d be much better off signing up for a day in their office and starting a few conversations. And don’t worry about having to stay in their office once you get hired–they even provide a monthly travel budget so that you can try working from new places.

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