Not done Sir, but doing.

Plenty is doing.

"[In F.L.Schmidt & J.E.Hunter's analyses of 535 occupations in the USA] the correlations between verbal and mathematical reasoning abilities and occupational competence were highest for managerial and professional jobs, lowest for semi-skilled and unskilled ones; but, even in the latter case, they were still high enough to have practical impact. For skilled workers - white collar or blue-the correlations were highest for jobs like repairman in which problem- solving is an essential element; lowest for jobs like dental hygienist in which routine procedures are followed."

Barbara LERNER, 1983, 'Test scores as measures of human capital'. In R.B.Cattell, Intelligence and National Achievement. Washington, DC : Institute for the Study of Man.

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