Common First Names by Job Titles
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- The list of first names is compiled by analyzing more than 50 million social networking profiles.
- To use this service, please FIRST click on one of the four buttons below; NEXT, select one job title from the menu, and after you click 'submit', you will see the results.
- Statistics are reported in % form. For example, 1.43483 means 1.43483%.
- Rank is calculated within each job title. For example, the most common female name may have a rank = 5, which means it is the 5th common name in that case.
- "Gender" column reports how many % of people who use that first name is female.
- "Proportion" column reports "the number of profiles with that first name" out of total number of profile in that case.
- Due to the nature of some social networking sites, this list has more male name counts.
- We only display first names appear at least 25 profiles.
- Unisex names are defined as first names that are within 20%-80% range (i.e., less than 80% from one gender).
Results are sorted by p-ratio, which means how many times more likely to happen than an average case. For example, Michel has a p-ratio=3.489, implying Michel (in the USA) is 3.489 times more likely to work as CEO than an average person.All Female Male Unisex Back to Start Page
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List of First Names at CEO based on 42.8 Thousand profiles
|  Rank||    First Name||      P-Ratio||Proportion(%)||Gender(%)||Caucasian(%)||  African(%)||  Asian(%)||  Hispanic(%)|
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