Sheryl Stewart



 


Does Your Birthday Decide Your Career?



I don't know how accurate this is, because THIS September baby is TERRIBLE at sports, science & math (ruling out pro-athlete & physicist for me). It is interesting, though. After going through census data, researchers discovered a link between your birth month and what you do for a living:

December babies will most likely grow up to be dentists.
January babies are debt collectors
Most artists are born in February
March is a good month for future pilots
April and May don't have a dominant profession
Summer months are not good for professional athletes or doctors
September is the month for pro athletes and physicists
Spring babies are at greater risk of illnesses like asthma, autism and schizophrenia :-(


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09/09/2011 10:26AM
Does Your Birthday Decide Your Career?
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09/13/2011 7:04AM
chris
I think that might be right I'm a September baby and have played sports for years and want to be a police officer which is a very active, athletic job.
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