Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Six months ago, Cara Watt had the world, quite literally, at her feet. A former airline pilot – who

A very middle-class recession: One moment you're planning your holiday, the next you're on the abyss...

Last year, he was told his team made £300million for the corporate arm of the Bank of Scotland. With a bonus, his salary could exceed £150,000 in cash, with share incentives. His job, the whole family felt, was utterly safe - until the day a few months ago when, with no warning, he was made redundant.

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One thought on “Six months ago, Cara Watt had the world, quite literally, at her feet. A former airline pilot – who

  • this is my fav bit…

    Alan is just one of more than 170,000 professional people who have lost their jobs in the financial markets over the past year. The City has been hit hardest – just this week Citigroup announced global job losses of 52,000, many of which will fall on London. On the widely read website hereisthecity.com one headline this week says it all: More Jobs To Go – Nobody Is Safe Any More.

    Now I would like to hear Gordon comment on this… (he might say we can weather it, we are stable, i am god and want to take over the world)

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