IQ & jobs…

by | Thursday, January 03, 2008

Here is a webpage tabulating the IQ distribution of various jobs. Just from a selfish point of view social scientists rank 5th and college professors second. I guess I will (self-servingly) call myself a college professor rather than a social scientist 🙂

Surprisingly, engineers and scientists rank lower than social scientists! See the graph here or read the original article, in pdf format, here.

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