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I had been commuting back home every two weeks, but now my wife and son moved down with me for a year. In my second year as VAP, I got slightly more response to my job applications.
I even made a couple of long-lists, but by spring , we were packing for the move back home. Just as we were about to move, a prof from my alma mater emailed me to say he had just gotten a grant and was interested in getting some simulation work done. I very gratefully did that for a year and taught a couple of courses as adjunct. The season was interesting. For the first time, I got a campus interview. After a few weeks, the department informed me that I was the only remaining candidate, but that after much reflection, they had decided to re-run the search next year.
I must confess that on that day, I failed to realize how lucky I was. But I was. The prof who was employing me at the time made superhuman efforts to fund me for a second year through combination of research assistantships and adjunct teaching. All the while, I was madly writing, trying to get papers out the door, grant applications submitted, and job applications completed. Then in , which we had decided was my last year on the market, I got 2 campus interviews and one offer from the department at which I had been adjuncting, which I eagerly accepted.
At that point, I was a few days away from exiting academia. Some would say that the hard work was starting to pay off. It implies that enough hard work eventually pays off. There is no threshold of hard work. Hard work merely makes it possible to capitalize on a lucky circumstance, if and when it materializes. The tenure-track job would not have come without the hard work, but it would not have come without the luck, and without the tireless help of people who supported me.
After I got on the tenure-track, things were more straightforward and less braided, but not quite as much as one might imagine. Like Like.