Older Siblings Are Natural Leaders Because They Get Practice Bossing Around Younger Siblings

Where are you in the birth order of your family? A new study finds first-born children are more likely to become CEOs or politicians because they’ve hard practice ordering around their younger siblings. Two universities participated in the study, which reveals first-borns are 30 percent more likely to become CEOs or politicians, and are “more emotionally stable, persistent, socially outgoing, willing to assume responsibility, and able to take initiative than later-borns.” Additionally, having more children means parents spend less time with each child so the later-borns generally have lower IQs. (Daily Mail