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percent of working-age adults in Europe are taking part in education or training. This figure includes informal education like job-related training courses
percent of US workers are satisfied with their job security
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percent of all millionaires live in the US
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What is planning fallacy?
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Despite earning a fortune, many super-athletes become victims of bankruptcy within years of retiring from sport.
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Do you tend to get more work done in the morning or the afternoon?
Would you stop work for a year to improve your education?
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