IN the business world one often hears such expressions as, "I must work for a living," or, "If my business doesn't improve, I won't be able to make a living. " The fact that the words "business" and "living" are so closely associated in thought emphasizes the precarious state of one who believes that his livelihood is always at the mercy of fluctuating business trends.
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