Inattentive children waiting for a small salary: the opinion of scientists


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Canadian experts have found that inattention in childhood leads to low income in adult life.

Psychologists conducted a large-scale study: since 1985, they studied the psychology, behavior, social successes and career growth of 2,000 participants in the experiment.

The observation was established from kindergarten, and at the end of the study, the participants turned 35 years old. The results were unexpected: attentiveness affects the future salary more than other factors.

The income gap for young people reached 77,000 dollars a year. One point of care on average costs men $ 1,300, girls – 900.

Gender affiliation, intelligence, sociability and hyperactivity do not play a serious role in determining the subsequent financial success.

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