Many people associate Illinois with Abraham Lincoln. While the former president wasn’t born in the state, he was a representative and there are numerous museums and historical sites associated with him. So, when you begin searching for DHH jobs in Illinois, be sure to take some time and visit the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, the Lincoln Tomb, and Lincoln Park. This isn’t all there is to Illinois either. Go check out Starved Rock State Park and take in the beautiful waterfall, or enjoy the serenity of Anderson Japanese Gardens. If you like a little more thrill, then Illinois offers Six Flags Great America in Gurnee. Learn more about sea life by visiting the Shedd Aquarium. It’s known throughout the country as being one of the best aquariums available.

As you can see, there is much more to Illinois than you may have imagined. So, don’t forget to take in all of the sites and attractions. You will never get bored even for a moment. And, keep in mind that Chicago isn’t the only large city to choose from when searching for deaf and hard of hearing jobs. There’s also Springfield, Peoria, Champaign, Rockford, Schaumburg, and Aurora. With so many large cities, you will have plenty of choices too.


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