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Now, standing in just under 300.000 norwegians out of a job. It scares and shocks.

Number represents 10.4 per cent of the Norwegian workforce, which means that more than one out of ten now are unemployed.

the Jump in the number of unemployed due to the crisis, several industries have ended up in because of koronapandemien. The airlines, the media industry, restaurants and parts of the consumer products companies are among those that are struggling. In addition, the hairdressers, velværesalonger and gyms required the closure.

Some have been partially laid off, the other completely. NRK has talked with several. Read what four of them have to say about the situation they suddenly ended up in – and how they relate to the future.

Stina (28) got a shock when the message arrived

I am actually an eternal optimist. I think everything must just be fine in the end.

Stina Louise Bogstrand (28) works as a hairdresser and makeupartist at Glamour Hair and Eyebrows in Trondheim. In the industry her is all now laid off, because of the government’s rules about contact between people.

today she has it better than 12. march – the evil of the day when she and nine colleagues were laid off.

SHOCK: Stina Bogstrand (28) says it runs better now, but admits that it was a shock to be laid off.

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It was a shock. We stood every man on the job with full lists and customers long into the evening. You are a little scared, for you see nothing when you get such information. It took time to get buzzed.

After a busy arbeidshverdag is replaced with the unemployment rate, the jobs she and the colleagues with to update your lounge account on Instagram.

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Dear customers Extension of the action means that Something still needs to be closed. We are sorry towards our customers, and thank you for all the support and understanding from you. We miss to be at work, and looking forward to be back on the Stas, hopefully as soon as possible, but now we must all do what is required and together we manage this. Take care of each other.❤️ Do you have time in this period, your hairdresser will contact you. Greeting us at The

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Bogstrand also uses anlednigen to create content to the own Instagram account, in addition to learning new cutting and color techniques on Youtube. More time for training and to see the series has also been, ” she says.

She hopes it goes well with all that now is laid off.

Now, there are unemployment benefits that are above and beyond. We have to hope the Nav takes away everything, so we get the payouts our.

Ivar (20) moved temporarily to save money

All of the gyms in Norway were ordered to close on Thursday 12. in march, as a part of the big “lock down”.

– When gyms are closed, they have no other choice than to lay off employees. I have full understanding, ” says personal trainer at Impulse fitness centre in Trondheim, Ivar Førland Lauvsnes (20).

For him to have the closure meant a powerful inntektskutt. In addition to his job as a personal trainer, he studies physical therapy at NTNU. He’ll get not availed themselves of the rescue package by the government, because he gets the support from the Norwegian state educational loan fund.

Lauvsnes, and many other students who have been dependent on the job by the side of, now has problems with to cover its expenditure.

As a student without a job is it hard to get things to go around. I get around 8000 crowns a month from The loan fund, and around 6000 for rent. What is left is in the least made to live on, so I moved back to Jørpeland, ” says 20-year-old.

HARD TIME: Ivar Førland Lauvsnes (20) is a personal trainer and student. He does not get availed themselves of the rescue package by the state.

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the Government will on Friday present a krisepakke for students.

Outside of the rent in Trondheim, using Lauvsnes now little money on everything except. And the days go mostly with of studies and training outside or on the living room floor.

In addition he should try to keep your customers warm through the social media.

Impulse has a social media where we post sessions for training. It is very good for us personal trainers that we can reach out to customers there. It is voluntary to post your videos – we do it for that we want to keep our customers, ” says 20-year-old.

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Simple øvelelser to increase strength and stability in shoulders with @pt.rogerandre #impulsetreningssenter #shoulder #rehab #work #workout #mondaymotivation #Monday #trondheim #norway #personligtrener #personaltrainer #ptlife #strength #stability

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Elena (36) try to use the unemployment rate to something sensible

a week ago got the staff in Amedia advertisement production information that several had permitteres. Web designer and graphic artist Elena Khalturina (36), realized on the contrary that she would be among the first. There, she got right in.

It was a very heavy information to get. I was sad and depressed. I liked my job so well, and hope I get to come back, ” says Khalturina, who has worked there for approximately five months.

the Woman from Tønsberg now have a lot of time to kill. And she has been forced to work with themselves in order to turn the mind onto something positive.

You just have to force you to accept the situation. Live one day at a time – try to do something exciting, ” she says.

HOPE: Elena Khalturina (36) cross fingers that she is back on the job by may. If not, will the economic situation become very difficult, ” she says.

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For her part has, among other things, meant to unfold artistic. She draws and creates art printing, which she shares on Instagram.

the Government has come up with krisepakker to business and industry that bleeds because of the koronakrisen, and to the people who have been forced to permitteres. It is Khalturina grateful for.

She worries about currently, not too much for the economic situation, but emphasises that this soon may change.

– I’m sure we start to struggle with fixed payments, which mortgage and so on, if this continues in June. Will I get back on the job in may, I think it should go well, ” says Khalturina.

Tvillingforeldre are laid off and sit with the two houses Roger (56): – Luckily I have a buffer

Saturday came the message Roger power plant (56) had expected would come. He and his colleagues at the Ørland coastal hotel of the county was laid off.

– Everything was the cancelled of courses, conferences and overnight stays. I expected this, ” says power plant, which is the receptionist at the hotel.

Now he is at home, together with his wife and dattera.

– I have a girl who goes in high school, so I try to help her with homework. And I baker buns and waffles and watching a lot of TV, ” says power plant.

the OPTIMIST: Roger power plant (56) is laid off from his job at the Ørland coastal hotel. He chooses to believe that the crisis passes quickly.

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He misses the job, particularly colleagues. But the economy worries him not so far, despite the fact that the Norwegian institute of public health believe we must live with the measures in 18 months.

Luckily I have a buffer. And then we get the support from Nav. After may, it becomes good again. Then open things and it becomes normal. I are not afraid of this.

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