PICKING your child's name can be agony.
But, did you know, the name you choose could also help them land a top job?
Preply found out what names were working in which industries.
People with the most popular boys name of last year, Oliver, were likely to be working in IT, with it being the most popular career choice for people with that name.
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People called George are most likely to work in construction, while people called Arthur – the third most popular boys name – are likely to work in IT.
IT seems a popular vocation as Leos, Harrys, Charlies, Freddies, and Theodores all had it as their most popular job.
We better be seeing Harry Styles coming to check our broadband soon then.
Perhaps even Leo DiCaprio could fit in as an office IT guy.
Top jobs for boys named…
Oliver – Information Technology
George – Construction
Arthur – Information Technology
Noah – Retail
Leo – Information Technology
As for girls names, Olivia was No.1 and those called Olivia were most likely to be working in health and fitness or retail.
The names Amelia, Emily, Lily, Evie, Elsie, Charlotte, Rosie, Sophie, Phoebe and Ella also have health and fitness as the top career.
Isla came in as the third most popular name of 2020, with women with that name most likely to work in retail.
Ivys and Florences were most likely to work in accounting.
Top jobs for girls named…
Olivia – Health and Fitness
Amelia – Health and Fitness
Isla – Retail
Mia – Hospitality
Ivy – Accounting
These are the old fashioned baby names set to make a comeback and it looks like Peaky Blinders is part of the reason why.
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