More attractive, thinner, taller women advance most at work
“Women who advance most at work, studies agree, are more attractive, thinner, taller and have a more youthful appearance than their female colleagues who are promoted less often.”
As if the job market wasn’t competitive enough; weight, symmetry, and youth are deciding factors in hiring, promotions, and pay raises.
Gordon Patzer, Ph.D., a psychologist from Chicago who has studied looks for 30 years said, “For ancestral humans, better-looking people were thought to be more productive and fecund. [from a psychological standpoint] People of higher physical attractiveness are more persuasive, which is critical in the workplace.”
If you think looks don’t matter, think again.
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