Thursday, May 18, 2017


People who are born in March are more likely to become a pilot, while those born in June could be headed to the CEO's office. That's the word, believe it or not, from a British study that has found a correlation between birth month and career paths. A team from Britain's Office for National Statistics analyzed the birth months of people in 19 different occupations -- from blue collar to professionals -- using information from the most recent British census. London's Daily Mail reports that the results appear to indicate that a child's birth month could make him or her statistically more likely to become a doctor -- or a bricklayer.

Here is a sampling of careers likely for each birth month:

January: physicians and debt collectors
February: artists
March: pilots and musicians
April: fairly even spread of professions
May: politicians
June: chief executive officers
July: bricklayers, train drivers and artists
August: bricklayers
September: pro sports athlete, physicist
October: fairly even spread of professions
November: fairly even spread of professions
December: dentists

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