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Parents think kids should think of career at age 5

(STUDY FINDS) — NEW YORK — Plenty of moms and dads hope their children go on to become doctors or scholars, but how early is too early to lay the foundation for their careers? A new survey finds that, on average, modern parents view age 5-and-a-half as the right time to begin plotting out and looking ahead to their future career paths.

Perhaps not surprisingly, more than half (56%) of the 2,000 parents surveyed already have their own ideas for what their kids will be when they grow up.