14 perfect examples of nominative determinism in action
Sometimes people choose the career they wish to pursue, other times a person’s career path feels more pre-determined.
If you’re unfamiliar with the concept of nominative determinism, it’s the theory that people tend to gravitate towards jobs that fit their names. A simple example would be someone with the surname Baker ending up working in a bakery.
Once you start looking out for it in everyday life, you begin to notice that it’s more common than you might originally think.
With that in mind, here are 14 people who were 100% born to do their jobs: