LinkResearch has shown that those who frequently play computer games are less likely to go to university. The research, which was carried out by Oxford University, involved 17,000 participants born, all of who were born in 1970.
The research also illustrated that reading proved and career success were linked. Results suggested that those 16 year olds that regularly were more likely to be in a management position by the time they reach 33. For women there was a 14% difference between those who read often when 16 and those who did not. As for men there was a 10% difference between regular readers and non-readers.