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Infographic: Curious George

Ben Birchall/PA Wire/Press Association Images

During the campaign for the UK general elections held in May, chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne seemed determined to increase his skill set, volunteering in no fewer than 19 jobs at photo opportunities. Here’s Osborne’s work experience roster in full.

This infographic is taken from issue #19 of Delayed Gratification. For our full 10-page infographic extravaganza on the UK’s general election, buy the issue in our shop.

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