Rees research cited in Time magazine
Another study by economic professor Daniel Rees received national media attention last month, this time focusing on work published in 2002 with Jeffrey S. Zax, professor and associate chair of undergraduate studies at CU Boulder. This study examined the connection between individuals’ IQ and academic performance in the last year of high school and how much money they were making in their mid-30s and early 50s. The findings contrast with the premise of this article that popularity in high school is a good indicator of future financial success.
Does High School Determine the Rest of Your Life?
Time, Nov. 19