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Colourful Lives is a five-chapter research report created by first direct in conjunction with The Future Foundation. The report explores the quirky, creative and unique characteristics of British life, whilst revealing new social trends and looking ahead to the future.


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Colourful Lives is a five-chapter research report created by first direct in conjunction with The Future Foundation. The report explores the quirky, creative and unique characteristics of British life, whilst revealing new social trends and looking ahead to the future.


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Colourful Lives is a five-chapter research report created by first direct in conjunction with The Future Foundation. The report explores the quirky, creative and unique characteristics of British life, whilst revealing new social trends and looking ahead to the future.


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Colourful Lives is a five-chapter research report created by first direct in conjunction with The Future Foundation. The report explores the quirky, creative and unique characteristics of British life, whilst revealing new social trends and looking ahead to the future.


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Birmingham Employee Celebrated Following National Search  Britain’s most inspiring boss has been revealed as a Birmingham employee.  Gill Mortlock...


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first direct interviews financial expert Jasmine Birtles for its 'Colourful Lives' report Related press release: www.newsroom.firstdirect.co m/p...


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Cost of adulthood 55 per cent higher than a generation ago YOUNG Britons need to earn 55 per cent more if they are to live the lifestyle their parents took for granted at their age, new research reveals.  The study from first direct reveals the average Briton in their mid-20s would need an annual salary of £39,720 to buy a house...


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ONCE the standard dress code for office workers, today's employees are ditching suits and ties for a more relaxed and self-expressive look.  New research reveals just one in 10 (10 per cent) now wear a suit to work on a daily basis with 37 per cent only wearing the formal attire when they have an important meeting.


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Millions of Brits are on the hunt for the ideal boss and are prepared to change jobs and even switch careers in their drive to find perfection.  New research from first direct reveals almost seven million (28 per cent)1 workers have moved jobs in an attempt to find a better boss and improved working environment.


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From films and photography to symphonies and circus skills, British adults are spending more on arts and culture than alcoholic drinks or household staples.  Research from first direct reveals Brits spend more than £31.9 billion a year on attending museums, exhibitions and plays or taking part in arty activities themselves.


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