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“Default” birth days

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/02/24

A while ago I overheard an HR conversion about birth-date spreads which went into a topic on “default” birthdays being especially common in countries where the exact day of birth didn’t matter much. I got curious, so I dug up some links:

I remember a very long time ago seeing someones passport with zero as the birthday. Boy I wish I had taken a picture back then.

–jeroen

One Response to ““Default” birth days”

  1. jpluimers said

    Via: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+JeroenPluimers/posts/J3rqQY5aTpg

    Dany Marmur
    My father had to choose a birthday when he came to sweden, he chose 15/3. When my brother and his spouse adopted a kid from China he hit the same birthday. Though my father’s where some 2 years earlier than actual.

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