Dreaming of riches

22nd June 2007 at 01:00
Teenage girls are lying awake at night, worrying about how they will find a job where they can help people. Teenage boys are lying awake wondering how they can get rich. For both sexes, concern about careers contributes to more sleepless nights than worries about sex or relationships, according to new research commissioned by Step Into The NHS, a project recruiting young people into healthcare.

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