Messi Kate Perry and Fernando Simon the Bosses that Children would Like to Have

Children in Spain already have an idea of who they would like to have as their bosses when they grow up: Barcelona footballer Leo Messi and American singer Katy Perry, but also the director of the Center for the Coordination of Health Alerts and Emergencies (CCAES), Fernando Simon.

This is reflected in the annual survey ‘What do you want to be when you grow up’ by Adecco, which analyzes what children in Spain want to work on as adults and also their perceptions of the world of work.

With a total of 1,800 minors surveyed, the data reflects that Messi would be the favorite boss for boys (16.5%), who in 11.7% chose not to have superiors, followed in third place by 9.9% that chooses Fernando Simon, an option for which 8.3% of the girls lean, this being the second most numerous answer, only behind the singer Katy Perry (10.2%).

The epidemiologist had not appeared until this year in any of the surveys, in which Rosalía is the third most repeated name by girls (8.2%).

Other names that appear in the survey are Rafael Nadal, Zidane, Sergio Ramos, Annuel, David Broncano or Pablo Motos.

Favorite profession
Boys and girls in Spain dream of being doctors (22.1%, they and 22.2%, women) and the profession of soccer player (24.5% of boys), that of teacher (20 , 4% of the girls), the nurse (6.8% of the girls) or the youtuber (6.3% of the boys).

For the first time, journalism appears among the most talked about professions. Specifically, 2.9% of the boys surveyed would like to dedicate themselves to this profession.

The epidemiologist had not appeared until this year in any of the surveys, in which Rosalia is the third most repeated name by girls (8.2%).

Other names that appear in the survey are Rafael Nadal, Zidane, Sergio Ramos, Annuel, David Broncano or Pablo Motos.

Favorite profession
Boys and girls in Spain dream of being doctors (22.1%, they and 22.2%, women) and the profession of soccer player (24.5% of boys), that of teacher (20 , 4% of the girls), the nurse (6.8% of the girls) or the youtuber (6.3% of the boys).

For the first time, journalism appears among the most talked about professions. Specifically, 2.9% of the boys surveyed would like to dedicate themselves to this profession.

When asked what the Government should do to avoid returning to the situation that the country experienced in March due to the coronavirus pandemic, the most repeated measure is to carry out more detection tests (18.7%), followed by betting on the use of masks (16.1%), of improving the working conditions of health workers and trusting experts (10.5%), among the most mentioned solutions.

In fact, doctors are the professionals most valued during the pandemic by boys (49.7%), followed by State security forces (12.9%), by workers in the food / distribution sector (9%). ) and teachers (6%).

Girls also rank doctors as the most valued (51% of the votes), followed by teachers (17%) and workers in the food / distribution sector (8%).

Happy to have their parents home during the state of alarm
Six out of ten respondents claim to have been very happy that their parents were, during the state of alarm, always at home, but 49.7% say that their mothers have been the ones who have helped them the most with their homework, 18 , 2% that their parents and 32.1% say that both are the same.

52.3% of boys and girls prefer to go back to school rather than stay at home next year, while 12% are undecided.

 

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Children in Spain already have an idea of who they would like to have as their bosses when they grow up: Barcelona footballer Leo Messi and American singer Katy Perry, but also the director of the Center for the Coordination of Health Alerts and Emergencies, Fernando Simon.

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