In my opinion, these kinds of surveys might not be the most accurate, but they're entertaining. Here's what the survey says:
- Workers with dogs are more likely to hold a top management position.
- Workers with snakes/reptiles are more likely to have a high salary.
- Workers with birds are more likely to be satisfied with their job.
- Dog owners are more likely to be professors, nurses, IT professionals, entertainers, or choose a military path.
- Cat owners are more likely to be physicians, real estate agents, lab technicians, machine operators, or personal caretakers.
- Fish owners are more likely to be HR professionals, work with finance, transportation, hotel and leisure, or farming/fishing/forestry.
- Bird owners are more likely to be advertising professionals, sales reps, construction workers, or administrative professionals.
- Snake/reptile owners are more likely to be engineers, social workers, marketing professionals, editors, writers, or police officers.
I am a writer and IT professional, so I guess I should have a dog and a reptile. I do have a house full of dogs, and I've been wanting a lizard and a turtle.
Do you think the list is accurate? Why, or why not?