Face Could Determine Career Path
Monday, January 25, 2010 19:25 GMTSAN DIEGO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) In todays 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 widows 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 theyre great with people.
A ball on the tip of their nose means theyre 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.