A new social class is emerging of highly paid, well-educated professionals who shun time-off to stay in the office.
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Unemployment has fallen below the Bank of England's original 7% for the first time since 2009.
The Office for National Statistics published figures this morning showing wages are rising faster than inflation for the first time in six years. It's exciting stuff.
Wages might finally start rising faster than prices too.
Ukraine has never quite recovered from its days as part of the Soviet Union. It is still grindingly poor - although its unemployment rate is better than ours...
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