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nine jobs for woman who sought quiet life

image copyrightcaters news agencyimage caption sarah used to work for next in edinburgh before becoming a firefighter on north ronaldsay a woman who moved from edinburgh to the most northerly island in orkney for a quiet life has ended up with nine jobs.sarah moore left a job with retailer next in the scottish capital nearly three years ago and moved to north ronaldsay.since then she has become a firefighter, shepherdess, air traffic controller and digger driver.the 26-year-old also delivers the island's post, is a baggage handler, carer, council clerk and tour guide.as the island's youngest resident, sarah said she first began working as a carer, but soon took on fire fighting duties and regularly puts in shifts as an air traffic controller at the tiny island airport.'too crowded'with an average age of 65, north ronaldsay currently has a population of just 45 people. sarah said: "it's not an easy life here and it's not a place anyone comes to get rich in, but i love it."the city is too crowded and there's no greenery or scenery. for me there was just a dead-end job - retail work is not for me."it was lonely in edinburgh, even though there are so many people. "i lived in the same house for 23 years and i only knew the people to the left and right of me and here i know everyone."image copyrightcaters news agencyimage caption the 26-year-old, who also drives a digger on the island, said she likes a bit of variety because of its tiny population, north...