The books you read as a child can play a part in the job you have later in life。


Children who read The Lord Of The Rings are most likely to become company directors, while fans of Enid Blyton's Famous Five are now often bosses。


Those who preferred CS Lewis's Narnia tales tend to join the teaching or caring professions。


These are the findings of a survey by a pollsters company。


Psychologist Dr Colin Gill says:"By the age seven children have formed the characters that will dictate what jobs they go for。


"Youngsters who like to be in control love the Famous Five--with kids defeating adults--and find jobs where they take charge。


"Natural leaders read The Lord Of The Rings and often become bosses. Kids with a caring nature are drawn to the Narnia series where good triumphs over evil and find work as teachers or doctors."