Maths and reading ability in children trump intelligence and socioeconomic status in predicting better jobs, income and housing in adulthood

In 2013 researchers from the University of Edinburgh published research showing that maths and reading ability at age 7 is linked to socioeconomic status in adulthood. The higher a child’s maths and reading ability at age 7, the better their job, income and housing at age 42. In fact, a…
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