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Hobbies and life outcomes – take our personality test | Ben Ambridge

If you enjoy DIY, you’re more likely to be a high earner and if you like computers you’ll probably marry. A new test links pastimes with lifetstyle factors 10 years later Personality tests have long been used to predict people’s life outcomes – and not always that successfully. But a HOT new kid on the block – the Holland Occupational Themes – might be the best test yet.
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