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Re: [socialnetwork-1959] NY Times reporter looking for people to interview

From: Graeme W.
Sent on: Tuesday, November 8, 2011 4:01 PM
2 out of three Alex - I'm a single NY professional but not exactly young! 51 this year, forced back into the rental market after I was fired from my university job post heart attack. Maybe I should write my own story!

Thanks all the same...

Graeme White

On Nov 8, 2011, at 3:43 PM, Joseph Burlett <[address removed]> wrote:


I'm a feature writer for the New York Times and I'm working on a story about young, single NYC professionals on unemployment, focusing on how they budget and make it work in an expensive city. 
If that describes you and you're interested, I'd love to talk to you, and/or any friends you have in a similar situation. 


Alex Williams 
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