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Attractive employees earn more

Washington, Jan. 10 : A new study has revealed that attractive employees have a leg up at work.


The research by Yale University has found that attractive men earn 9 percent more than their average counterparts and attractive women earn 4 percent more, CBS News reported.

Researchers conducted a test and found that employers over-estimated the productivity of beautiful people, making it easier for average people to meet or exceed expectations.

According to researchers at Harvard, employers apparently have higher expectations of attractive workers.

--ANI (Posted on 10-01-2014)

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