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I Wanted to Retire Before I Ever Got My First Job

At 14 I was fretting about having to one day work for the rest of my life.

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I’ve never wanted to work. When I first understood the concept of having to work full-time, this really effing put me off. It depressed me. And I was only a kid.

When I was 14, a 16-year-old girl at school commented that she wanted a job. I thought she was crazy.

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