Reading well at seven is the key to job success

The Guardian:

The ability to read well and do maths at an early age has been found by researchers to be a key factor in deciding whether people go on to get a high income job later in their lives.

Psychological scientist Timothy Bates and PhD psychology student Stuart Ritchie from Edinburgh University analysed the relationship between early maths and reading skills and their socio-economic impact beyond the classroom.

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