Musical Tots 8x More Likely to Become Rocket Scientists

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A comprehensive study conducted by the Michigan State University has found there is an extremely strong correlation between childhood engagement in the creative arts and measurable success later in life

The study concluded that children who were exposed to a wide variety of arts and crafts were upto 8 times more likely, than the general public, to eventually form a new company, publish a provocative paper on science and technology or invent something so unique that they earned a patent

The researchers also found that depriving a child of a chance to be creative will more than likely lead to a less productive later life

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