By: Rachel Hartwick, @
We, as journalists, know that our doctor and engineering friends are going to make much more money in the long run. However, we’re passionate about what we do; our work would suffer if we weren’t. And, according to Psychology Today, the average IQ of a journalist is in the 137 to 160 range. That translates into the top 1 percent to .01 percent, which is on the same intelligence level as lawyers, engineers, and computer science professors.
Basically, journalists are a real catch, and there are many attributes that we take out of our career and can apply to a serious relationship. From being able to edit all your papers for you, to never running out of things to talk about, journalists are no doubt the best people to date.
1. We’re the best listeners.
A good percentage of a journalist’s job is just
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