It's not a job but an internship, but I am thankful for it as unfortunately most people in my batch (graduating this June) don't even have that.
Earlier life was turning into a nightmare. Wake up at 8am, get into Airlift (ride sharing service), by 9:00, get to office at 10:00, work until 5:30 (even though the actual work can be done in 3 hours max). Then I used to go to uni with my friend (he was also interning there), reach uni by 6:30, class until 9:30. Leave uni at exactly 9:30 (no time to hangout with friends), catch a Airlift at 10:00, reach home by 11:00-11:30. Then sleeping by 2 am and repeat.
I did not even have time to watch a 20 minute sitcom episode.
I was about to quit the internship when this lockdown happened.
The best thing is that the commute has ended. My supervisor is also pretty chill, she only asks me to update her when I've started working in the morning. But I do my work at midnight and sleep the entire morning, only waking up at 3 pm for classes. It's not an internship related to my field and I'm looking for something else, but for now it's ok.
Basically what used to be a 15 hour day (8 am to 11pm), has turned in 3 hours of work and 2 hours of classes, all from home. It's been great for me. Though I know that with graduation happening soon, depression is going to hit me.