In an alternate world, have you even wondered what you would be? If you work as an accountant, you’d be a creative according to The New York Times. A kindergarten teacher? That equals a physicist. Or for you architects out there, you’d be a slaughterer and meat packer. Ouch.
The Times has outdone itself again, using the US Labor Department’s records to generate an automated opposite job search system. It works based on comparing skills that are most and least required for each profession, see yours here.
Did you know the The New York Times has officially set up down under? If you’re looking for some quality reportage, head to the Australia site here.