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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 YouGov survey, comissioned by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation, also included "What clothes to wear each day" as an option.
The perplexingly unimportant addition gathered six per cent of the population's vote. Yes, really.
The wardrobe struggle is real, apparently.
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