I got a job!
Only five hours a week, but I get paid to type things up that need to be put on the net.
Considering I do nearly exactly that for fun most of the time it's not really bad.
The information on medicaments can actually be useful in my pharmacology exam - if I've typed the counter indications of Tetracycline more than ten times, I should remember them.
Nothing more difficult than basic HTML and even that simplified with XEmacs.
And I can choose when I want to work - if I work 20 hours in two days, I don't have to work for the rest of the month.
The only drawback is that it's not possible to work from home at the moment and while I get a key for the office, I'll be restricted by the time the front door of the building is locked.
Oh well, can't have everything.
Now I only have to look for my tax-card, my social-security card, my health insurance contract, my last exam results, my CV and my student identity card.
I can start working on Monday, but I won't be paid until all of these are checked and filed.