Size matters, when it comes to names

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NAMESHOUSTON, TX – According to a new study by the career website The Ladders, the shorter the better.  People with shorter first names earn more.

So parents, keep it simple.

According to the survey, any letter added to a name beyond 3, amounts to a $3,600 drop in a person’s annual salary.

Bill Gates and Steve Jobs are on the right track, but who can argue with Donald Trump, Beyonce and Madonna. Be sure not to tell Edwardo Saverin, he co-founded Facebook and is worth $2.2 Billion.

So will you name your baby Al, Bo, or Jo? Or Bartholomew, Margueritta or Maximilliano?

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