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Thread: How True Is this?
August 17th, 2013 09:37 AM #6Senior Member
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Honestly, I think this (again) has to do with what kind of home you come from. If your parents named you Catherine or Andrew, chances are you come from a more conservative background and are more likely to go into a classic profession. If your parents named you Merlin or Lilith you probably come from a more alternative background, and the lines of work you're interested in probably reflect that.[FONT=Palatino Linotype][CENTER]My darling Marian Illyria Aphrodite, March 2013 & Little Bunny (a girl!) due 9th of February 2014[/CENTER][/FONT]
August 17th, 2013 01:09 PM #8
That study you're all talking about isn't about baby names. It's about black-sounding names. They concluded that employee won't hire you if you're black, so I could easily conclude it's not about baby names. It's about racism.. End of story.My new list: Enchanting names.
August 17th, 2013 01:14 PM #10
I doubt future employee of Ottilie's baby or catloverd's baby would ditch this baby (future worker) if he is promising or have everything needed for job. He could just close the business or ditch half of candidates who could be equally good or better. After all, more and more children get unusual name. He can't ditch them all.My new list: Enchanting names.
August 17th, 2013 07:02 PM #12
August 17th, 2013 07:10 PM #14
Black"-sounding names (however the employer determines that) don't get call backs.
Futurekids will have 2-syllable French surname.
Oriana • Zara • Shoshanna • DamarisGreta • Elowen • Marina • Geneva
Delphine • Hero • Gemma • ZoraZuzana "Zuzu" • Ventura • Marie-NoëlleLinden • Anouk • Georgiana • Juniper
Branson • Hugo • Kit • Chance • Alban
Kingsley • Fox • Theodore • Judah