Fifth of people in North West wish they had worked harder at school, research shows

Fifth of people in North West wish they had worked harder at school, research shows

Fifth of people in North West wish they had worked harder at school, research shows

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MORE than a fifth of people in the North West wish they had worked harder at school, new research shows.

The Legal and General survey also found 19 per cent would tell their younger self not to smoke, and 16 per cent would take better care of their finances.

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