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Grown-up gap years are on the rise, but taking one is about more than quitting your job and buying a plane ticket.
Jessica Wynne Lockhart 8 minute read
Woman walking across a bridge in London towards the British Parliament buildings and Big Ben


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Jessica Lockhart

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Jessica Lockhart

Jessica is a Canadian freelance journalist and fact checker who has written for The Toronto Star, enRoute and Chatelaine. She’s currently based in New Zealand.

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