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In a discreet, unmarked office in downtown Vancouver, a man is photographed, his driver’s licence photocopied and personal references taken. That report found that while one in 10 respondents in 1991 worked 50 or more hours per week, one in four does so now.

Three months later she was matched with 56-year-old executive coach Jack (not his real name, either) and they agreed to a date.

The two are now in a committed relationship, with all signs pointing to a solid future together.

It seemed to me [that there was] one glaring omission from this, and it was our dating life.” Rice speaks from experience.

“What are [personal trainers] other than people who come into your personal time and try to make you more efficient and get to the gym and get results?

Esther (not her real name), a 50-year-old crisis communications management professional, has been divorced for more than 20 years.

After a series of disastrous dates (she once listened to a lawyer expound on the virtues of brushing your tongue – for an hour) she decided to enlist with ESD last June.

“I’m a solo entrepreneur, so I have a really small workplace,” she explains.