Above, you’ll see that basic outline of what IQ means and how most of the world stacks up. That mountain in the middle represents where most of us would rank. Let’s put it in perspective by looking at the expected career paths of individuals within specific IQ ranges:

    IQ of 87: Unskilled workers (no special training or special skills)
    IQ of 92: Semi-skilled workers (truck drivers, factory workers etc)
    IQ of 101: Skilled workers (clerical workers, sales professionals, electricians, craftsmen and foremen etc)
    IQ of 104: Managers and administrators (received 1-3 years of college education in a specific field)
    IQ of 112: Professional or technical workers (estate agents, surveyors, environmental or forensic scientists, educators etc)
    IQ of 125: Lawyers, doctors (PhDs, JDs, MDs)
    IQ of 135: Neurosurgeons, research scientists, university professors

Above, you’ll see that basic outline of what IQ means and how most of the world stacks up. That mountain in the middle represents where most of us would rank. Let’s put it in perspective by looking at the expected career paths of individuals within specific IQ ranges:

IQ of 87: Unskilled workers (no special training or special skills)
IQ of 92: Semi-skilled workers (truck drivers, factory workers etc)
IQ of 101: Skilled workers (clerical workers, sales professionals, electricians, craftsmen and foremen etc)
IQ of 104: Managers and administrators (received 1-3 years of college education in a specific field)
IQ of 112: Professional or technical workers (estate agents, surveyors, environmental or forensic scientists, educators etc)
IQ of 125: Lawyers, doctors (PhDs, JDs, MDs)
IQ of 135: Neurosurgeons, research scientists, university professors

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