What kind of kids are more able to make money when they grow up

  Most people think that obedient children may be more promising when they grow up, but they do not know that bad children who are annoying may also make a lot of money when they grow up, or even make more.
  What kind of children can make a lot of money in the future? Is it a kid from someone else’s family who was in the top ten of the class from an early age? Are you a good kid who always obeys discipline and obeys? Are you kind-hearted and helpful men and women? Or are they mischievous and disobedient “bad students”?
  A study published in the top-level psychology journal “Developmental Psychology” tracked 745 sixth-grade students in elementary school for 40 years. Researchers used personality scales to measure the students’ IQ, personality, grades, and living standards at the time, such as “Do you think you should do what students should do?” “Do you work hard and earnestly do your homework” and so on. One of the important indicators is called “contempt and break the rules”, such as “Did you talk back to your mother” and so on. In addition, the researcher also asked the teacher to rate the hard work of these students. 40 years later, the researchers conducted a follow-up survey of these people. They evaluated how successful their business was and reported what their average monthly income was.
  Through regression analysis, the researchers found that the index of these people’s “defeating and breaking the rules” in elementary school is directly proportional to their income 40 years later. This index is the factor that has the greatest impact on income in addition to the number of years of education and IQ. In addition, the highest incomes happened to be the children who were naughty and not very obedient at the time.
  Researchers have found that people who are annoying have higher incomes than those who are likable, especially men. For men, for every 1 point added to the hatred index (a total of 5 points), the annual income will increase by US$6,958.08.
  The researchers surveyed 560 people with similar working conditions and measured their affinity, emotional stability, and extraversion based on the Big Five personality theory. The affinity in the Big Five personality represents the level of likability. A person with high affinity is enthusiastic, caring, caring about the feelings of others when interacting with others, compassionate, speaking and doing things make people feel warm. The researchers also investigated the education level, work history, working hours, etc. of these people, and finally asked about their annual pre-tax income.
  It turns out that when the educational level, work background and other conditions are similar, the higher the affinity, the lower the annual income. The more easy-going, the less money you can make. This phenomenon is more obvious in men. The average annual income of men with below-average affinity is 18.31% higher than that of men with above-average affinity, which is about US$9,772. The average annual income of women with below-average affinity is only 5.47% higher than that of women with above-average affinity, which is about US$1,828. In terms of making money, friendly people are not dominant, especially those “warm men” who are good-tempered and warm-hearted.
  People who are friendly should be more popular, why not make money as good as those who are not friendly?
  Researchers guess that this is related to their work purpose and focus. So the researchers surveyed 1961 working authors. In addition to measuring personality and income, they also asked them, “Do you think the most important thing in work is to make money?” “How much do you enjoy talking with family and friends?” Wait. It turns out that the importance of making money is really closely related to gender, affinity, and income. Those with low affinity will feel that making money is more important. And the affinity of men is generally lower than that of women. This shows that friendly people earn less because they value social relationships more, while bad-tempered people earn higher because they regard making money as their primary goal.
  Although people with high affinity have relatively low incomes, they are slightly better in other aspects such as interpersonal communication. What benefits will this bring to them? The researchers continued to measure their life satisfaction, stress level, social engagement, and the breadth of their circle of friends. The results show that people with high affinity have higher life satisfaction, lower stress levels, higher social participation, and a wider circle of friends.