Scenes from Summer Vacation
One-Woman Math Squad is on summer vacation! We get a fellowship to study for prelims our first summer, so I have no job and no school for just over 3 months. My math schedule for the summer is a relaxed 2 hours a day, 5 days a week, with a math-free week in July and one right before classes start. I’m studying complex analysis, and while I made that choice because I want to pass the complex...
I did it!
One year of grad school IN THE BAG. I am glad. Now: SUMMER.
On teenagers and jobs.
untidyfurr0ws: That thing that was going around this morning made me really frustrated, and I was going to reblog one of Angela’s posts and add to it, but it got out-of-control long, so here it is. One: as other people have mentioned, it’s even harder for teenagers to get jobs now that the job marked is flooded by older, more experienced people who are also facing unemployment. Not every...