This is an interesting statistic

Jeanie

still nobody's bitch
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#1
I read it in Mother Jones magazine, I'm not sure of the original source.

1 in 3 people who make $35,000 or less identify themselves as neat freaks

1 in 10 people who make $75,000 or more identify themselves as neat freaks

interesting, but I'm not really sure what it means. why do self-identified neat freaks make less money than those who aren't? or are they neat freaks because they make less money and being neat is a stress reliever for those of us with OCD?

thoughts?
 
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rozzlapeed

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#2
I read it in Mother Jones magazine, I'm not sure of the original source.

1 in 3 people who make $35,000 or less identify themselves as neat freaks

1 in 10 people who make $75,000 or more identify themselves as neat freaks

interesting, but I'm not really sure what it means. why do self-identified neat freaks make less money than those who aren't? or are they neat freaks because they make less money and being neat is a stress reliever for those of us with OCD?

thoughts?
People who make more money can afford to hire maids.
 

andrew_bishop

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#3
Basically ^

If you don't make a lot of money you need to do things for youself more and you like things to be done a certain way as a result. If you make more you have more things (Usually) so where ever things go can be fine.