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When she worked in sales for a bank, Chihiro Narazaki was passed over for the best assignments in favor of older colleagues. Her input was discouraged and she often stayed late just to do routine paperwork.

The 29-year-old knew where this was heading: Her father, who works in pharmaceutical sales, had a similar lifestyle, which she describes as “stuck in time.”

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