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Face Could Determine Career Path

Monday, January 25, 2010 19:25 GMT

SAN DIEGO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – In today’s tough job market, people can find their true calling by examining their own face.

Face reader Barbara Roberts, author of Face Reading: How To Read Anyone At A Glance (Roberts), says certain facial features make people adept at certain jobs.

Someone with close-set eyes, a narrow nose bridge, or a tall, wide forehead would do well in a computer/tech career.

Those with a widow’s peak or large ears would be highly successful in a music career.

Roberts says people meant to be interior designers or artists often have long, thin ears or fine hair.

Teachers, counselors, or anyone in communications usually have a rounded hairline, meaning they’re great with people.

A ball on the tip of their nose means they’re the “center of all news” and people often come to them with gossip.

Finally, those with thick hair and thick eyebrows – representing “physical endurance” – are destined for outdoor jobs.