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Jamie's Story: 'Superheroes Wanted... Civilians Will Be Considered'

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When Jamie Gold moved to the U.S. to run a junk business in California, she saw it as a great opportunity for a couple of years, before she returned to pursuing a career in medicine. Instead, she built a home services empire.

This is her story.

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