Welcome to the 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair poll for September. For many, the Labor Day weekend marks the end of "summer hours," one last chance to hit the beach, hold a barbecue or engage in their favorite summer activity. After that, every kid will be back in school and the adults will be back working harder than ever. By the end of September, Major League Baseball will know what teams are in or out of the playoffs.
Both the NFL and NCAA football seasons start in earnest and Americans can hardly wait. Speaking of hardcore contact sports, the election takes place in a couple of months and voters are in for a good old fashioned slugfest. Unlimited PAC money will test the limits of decorum.
And now the results of our poll...
If Jesus were alive today, half of Americans that were asked think that he would be a teacher. Eighteen percent thought he would stay in the family business and be a carpenter. Ten percent said he would be a rabbi, another 10 percent chose public defender and only two percent picked digital entrepreneur. Women chose teacher by a large margin over men.