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Journalist

Bell Curve

1
5%

As a dog lover, you are in complete hell working for Kitten Krazy magazine. No, you don't think, "cats rule and dogs drool," but your editor won't let you write a story about anything other than the best litter boxes on the market.

2
25%

You have made a name for yourself at the community newspaper, but it's not for the hard-hitting questions you ask local grocery store owners. Most people know you as the person who got naked at the newspaper's Christmas party.

3
50%

You landed a dream job as a travel writer. They actually pay you to travel the globe and write stories about hotels and restaurants. It almost makes dealing with airlines worth it.

4
75%

You are covering the war in the Middle East. Luckily, the newspaper has assigned you a bodyguard. The sounds of bombs and sirens are so frequent that you barely notice them anymore. You miss your family, but know you are covering the war so that people can stay informed.

5
95%

You've won a Pulitzer Prize for your story covering the corruption in the state justice system, which led to reforms. You've helped make the world a better place and now have $10,000 dollars to blow.

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