In 2007, economist Jay Zagorsky, at Ohio State University, studied the relation of IQs and financial status of 7,500 people. The following is the conclusion of his study:
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For every IQ point a person made $200 to $600 more annually. For example, a person with an IQ of 140 made about $8,000 more per year than a person with an IQ of 120.
However, those with lower IQs tend to save their money and use it more wisely.
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