In the papers today: 28.01.07
If, after one of the best years for architecture, you are still feeling a bit hard pressed for money, the answer is simple – you aren't earning enough. The Independent reports that in Britain in 2008 you need an annual pay packet of at least £150,000 to feel 'comfortably off'. And you need a third, or at least a second, home. Not too unusual, as the Daily ...
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