I had no idea what working as an academic was really like when I was a student. Heck, I didn’t even know what the job really entails three years ago, when I was finishing up my PhD. Uh, or even two years ago, when I’d been working fulltime for a semester. Torill explains a lot of the work in detail, and I think if more students and academics actually realised how much is crammed into those hours we’d all — well, I dunno what we’d do really. Throw up our hands in horror, perhaps. (in Norwegian)

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