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WELLINGTON， Dec. 5 (Xinhua) -- "Teflon John"， the nickname has stuck to New Zealand's unflappable Prime Minister John Key when little else did.
Key， who announced his shock resignation on Monday， will be bowing out on top in terms of his approval ratings and leaving a gaping hole in the country's political landscape.
The self-effacing Key has sold himself and the country over eight years in power on his outward optimism and ability to shrug off trouble traits that have carried him on a rags-to-riches rise.
Key will be remembered for steering New Zealand through its economic recovery after the Global Financial Crisis of 2008 and the disastrous Canterbury earthquakes that killed 185 people in February 2011.
But he also leaves the country with a raft of problems many of them persisting from the previous center-left Labour Party government.
These include a ballooning housing crisis that is rippling out from Auckland New Zealand's largest city with a third of the population child poverty， and persistent criticisms of expanding economic inequality.
Most recently doctors， police， teachers and other essential public servants have been voicing growing agitation at diminishing resources after eight years of government belt-tightening， while Key has talked up the prospect of tax cuts.
Along with these issues， Key's government has successfully weathered public disapproval over unpopular policies such as the sell-down of state-owned utilities and an embarrassing failed bid driven by Key himself to change the national flag.
With his center-right National Party rarely polling much short of 50 percent unprecedented for a third-term government in New Zealand its success is often attributed to Key's uncanny ability to brush off any contentious issues.
Born in Auckland on Aug. 9， 1961， Key was a boy when his father died. His mother moved Key and his two sisters to Christchurch， where she worked multiple jobs and raised her children in a state house.
Key went on to Canterbury University where he completed a Bachelor of Commerce degree in 1981， before going straight into investment banking.
It was a career that took him to Singapore and London as a foreign exchange dealer for Merrill Lynch， and made his fortune， but also earned him the nickname of "The Smiling Assassin" after he was told to sack 400 staff at the company's London office.
He was invited in 1999 to sit on the Foreign Exchange Committee of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and he also studied management at Harvard University on two o.