New Study Shows That Your Birth Month Can Predict Your Career
Call your mom today and thank her, because the month she gave birth to you may have some influence on why you’re so successful. We’ve told you before how your birth month affects your health and your mood, but new research says it could also affect the career path you take.
We know what you’re thinking “Yeah, yeah, yeah just hurry up and tell me what job I should be in already!” You can look at all the birth months here, but these are some highlights:
People born in February are likely to be artists but are also “prone to narcolepsy.”
October babies are likely “to live the longest — 2015 days more than someone born in March,” which doesn’t sound like a career so much as a way of really sticking it to March-borns.
April has a lower-than-average IQ and “a fair number of dictators.” Do with that what you will.
November kids are lucky — they have a “higher chance of serial killers.” Eek.
July has “plenty of brick layers, train drivers and artists.” Hmm, one of these things is not like the others.
This study, like every one out there, should be taken with a grain of salt. Want to make positive steps toward your dream career no matter when you were born? Try quitting your day job and pursuing your passion, or learn to code or even start your own business.
Also, be nice to folks born in November… they may be compiling a list.
Does this study align with your IRL career? Tell us in the comments.
(h/t Bustle, Photo via Hulton Archive/Getty)