Women Who Make Extra Effort To Dress Up For Work Earn 20% More | Fashion News
Fashion can offer an opportunity to stand out of a crowd, to be noticed, even revered. Now, a new study by the University of Chicago has revealed that women who make more effort with the way they dress for work are paid 20% more than those who don’t.
As part of the study, two sociologists looked at data from 14000 participants to find a link between attractiveness, grooming and income. The study ultimately found that well-groomed, attractive women earned more. Frustratingly, these issues had significantly less impact on a man’s earning potential in comparison.
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