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    Quote Originally Posted by Ggcc View Post
    I am not 100% sure what you mean by social mobility. If it means both parties need to come to a common ground then yes.

    My husband is 69 and has started having medical problems. He still works and I want him to finish up with work. He feels that if he did they would be homeless within a few years. Later you find he has a freehold house and 4 million dollars???? Always planning for the just in case. It is built into them.
    Social Mobility for me means "equality of opportunity" or the extent to which people have the same chances to do well in life regardless of the socio-economic background of their parents, age, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, birthplace, or other circumstances beyond their control.

    Regarding the 69 year old, I wonder how happy his marriage is. There might be reasons other than financial to hide at work.
    Last edited by Aaron; 29-01-2024 at 11:31 AM.


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