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Just two years ago, many of us were predicting the worst. We wondered if we might relive scenes unseen since the ‘30s, when long queues for food and poor-paying odd jobs were commonplace. Some of us, who had given our professional lives to one company, were contemplating a grim retirement. Would our ‘golden years’ be nothing of the sort? Had our efforts to secure our retirement faded away? For others, the flow-on effects of the financial crisis were more immediate. They were struggling to make e
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