Carnegie Mellon University: Kindergarten Conduct Linked to Earning Power as Adult
[TNSscienceresearch] -- Carnegie Mellon University issued the following news:
How you behave in kindergarten may affect your future earnings as an adult.
New longitudinal research examined the association between six prevalent childhood behaviors in kindergarten and annual earnings at ages 33 to 35 years. The study found that both boys and girls who were inattentive at age 6 had lower earnings in their 30s after taking into consideration their IQ and family adversity. For boys only, ...