Law Enforcement, Teaching, Firefighting, Transit Driver, CPA, CFA, anything in computer science, realtor, any trade where you're running your own business (plumbing, electrical, carpentry, HVAC), any sales job, consulting, i-banking, Private equity, etc.
Idk if any of these are necessarily easier, but from an educational perspective, there's less debt and resistance involved.
Well, what schools have you applied to? If you applied broadly, you might get in somewhere with your stats.
In any case, retake the LSAT. You probably need it for the 2021 admissions cycle. With your stats, you also have to consider the 2022 admissions cycle if you don't get in this year.
Edit: I am in the U of C forum. My bad. I'm not sure about U of C to be honest. I focused on Ontario schools myself.