Even though unemployment is low in Norway, full-time employment is also low. Many Norwegians, especially in smaller cities, have to take on two or three jobs to be full-time employed. The way that they do this is like a job share system. Rather than employees sharing a full-time job, employers share a full-time employee.
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Being Norwegian, Moose never thinks that Norwegian things are special, different, or that there is anything particular he should mention about normal Norwegian things – he is usually no help when he answers ‘same as everywhere else’. It seems I am right to never believe him.
It is a little disappointing to see this alien tradition start up in Norway. There isn’t even a Norwegian translation for ‘Black Friday’.
Alas, fashion is pain. Women apparently report more neck pain, and have to take more sick days off from work because of it – no wonder, with all the scarf material hanging around their necks for six months of the year.