By profession man to judge his character. A group of researchers from Aarhus University lead testing data 13 thousand students and 12 research. Scientists took five main personality traits (openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, neuroticism) and tried to correlate them with the specialties of people.
Students studying for doctors, specialists in law, Economics and politics, had a high level of extroversion. Future businessmen differed obstinate character, they were also less likely others unselfishly helping others. About it writes The Daily Mail.
Artists, political scientists and psychologists loved to learn new things and generally been creative. The closed people were engineers, economists and lawyers.
The least conscientiously approached the work of students studying art and culture. Scientists believe that the information collected will help the teachers in the rational building of practical classes and lectures.