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37 minutes ago, dmedin said:

It depends ... people doing productive jobs yes.  Office workers (so pretty much anyone outside China) not so much.  Those are just 'jobs for the sake of jobs'.   Endless meetings and talking cr@p which they can do from home :D

 

Less people to talk to at home, but the coffee is a LOT better.

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