I live in the Chicago area and the adds I see also want experience. The way I see it, you've got a few options. You could apply for jobs that are looking for experience and tell the interviewer about your education history and how well you did in school and on your test and how motivated you are and tell them that you know you will be a valuable asset to them if they give you the chance. You could apply as an entry-level medical receptionist and watch for and ask for coding-related responsibilities until you have enough to include on a resume. You could also change fields but you don't seem like a quitter. Good luck!
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