Career interviews

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“The critical thinking skills gained during my studies at SUM are vital to my work at Taylor & Francis Group,” says Seth, who works for one of the world's leading publishers of academic research.

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Liv Jorun chose the topic of her master’s thesis based on personal interest and job opportunities in Oslo – this landed her a job before she finished her master’s program.

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Heidi's best advice is to learn a language and apply for work experience placement. She did both as a student, and now she works for The Ministry of Climate and Environment.

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Bureaucracy is a lot about reading, learning and writing. The main difference from academic papers are shorter documents and tighter deadlines, says Gry.