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Saturday, November 29, 2008

Left-Handed Men Earn More: Study

Left-handed men earn an average of 5% more than right-handed men, two British and Irish studies have discovered. The studies found that southpaw males tended to do worse in school—possibly because of trouble adapting to a right-handed world—but were more successful as adults. Female lefties, however, did worse in school and later earned an average of 4% less, the Daily Mail reports.

A doctor who worked on one of the studies said while it wasn't completely clear why left-handed men tended to do better in the labor market, it may be because the structure that connects the left and right brain is larger in left-handed men, leading to improved communication skills. Left-handed men also seemed to be more creative than righties, he added, a difference not found in women.


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Annie Bankss said...

That's interesting ... Just curious can we train a baby to be left handed..

Annie Bankss
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