Your birth month determines your birthstone and the likelihood of having to share your birthday with a federal holiday. But, according to a new study in the UK, your birth month also has some correlation with your career. The study believes that the amount of sunlight a pregnant woman gets plays a role in how her child develops, even down to the job said kid ends up having later in life. The study tracked which months have higher likelihoods of different professions. Now, let’s finish up the science and skip right to your horoscope.
JANUARY – Doctors and debt collectors
FEBRUARY – Artists and traffic cops
MARCH – Pilots
APRIL – Dictators
MAY – Politicians and people who are bad at sports
JUNE – Chief executives and Nobel Prize winners
JULY – Harry Potters
AUGUST – Bricklayers and recent US presidents
SEPTEMBER – “Most likely to do well academically and at sport,” but no specific profession wins here
OCTOBER – Most likely to have a long life
NOVEMBER – “Higher chance of serial killers and schizophrenics”
DECEMBER – Dentists and messiahs
I’m not sure how scientific this study is, but as a September-birthday-haver I feel pretty good about my prognosis. Then again, since I’m American, these results may not even apply to me.
For full study results, check out the Daily Mail.