What's the most important decision you will make in your life? The top ten have been revealed in a national survey.
Just over 2,000 British adults were asked which of a list of decisions were important and the most selected option was choosing a career.
More than three quarters (77 per cent) said 'What to do as a job'. The next most popular options were 'When to start a family' and 'Choosing which subjects to study'.
The perplexingly unimportant addition gathered six per cent of the population's vote. Yes, really.
The wardrobe struggle is real, apparently.