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Historian

Bell Curve

1
5%

You used spell checker on your manuscript. Your book about the Revolutionary War is published. You wait for praise, but receive ridicule from your peers when they find out you wrote that George Washington corresponded with a General Elvis instead of General Ellis. It's no surprise that they're all shook up.

2
25%

You're working as an historian for the Where's Waldo museum. Basically, you give lectures on the history of Where's Waldo and are forced to find him every day.

3
50%

You have secured a position at a university. Sure, it's an Adjunct Professor position, but you have to start somewhere.

4
75%

You've published your first book and they want to make a movie out of it. They give you a bit role as "Walking Feet Number 3," but you are excited.

5
95%

You are a tenured Professor for an Ivy League school. Your research has changed the way people think about the history of plush animals. You have seven books published and are working on a television show.

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