An online vote set up to determine a new possible career for Barbie, the doll with a bizarre waistline, has found that the majority of internet users think she should retrain as an IT professional.
The role of computer engineer triumphed over other options such as environmentalist, architect, news anchor and surgeon.
On launching the vote last month, Mattel said that Barbie regularly broke the 'plastic ceiling' and had worked in some 125 different jobs (someone needs to settle down).
In her life so far Barbie has been an astronaut, rock star, vet, nurse, pilot, police officer, aerobics instructor and, er, pizza chef. It's quite possible judging by the sheer range of different positions that she is an unskilled worker, taking up roles that others may be better qualified to take, or is on the run from the authorities.
"For more than 50 years Barbie has served as a reflection of fashion, culture and aspiration to girls of all ages. Barbie inspires girls to try on different careers, encouraging them to play out their dreams and explore the world and all of its possibilities," said Stephanie Cota, senior vice president, Barbie marketing.
"We believe role-playing with Barbie leads to real life opportunities and are very proud to partner with organisations who continue to inspire girls and women with the belief and confidence that they can do anything."
Mattel has mocked up a Barbie as a computer technician, although with a pink and blue laptop, spectacles, wireless ear piece and pink high heels, she is unlike any tech support Sneak has ever witnessed. It will be on sale by the autumn of this year. Sneak is hoping to get one for Christmas.
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