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In sales ......definitely
I worked in various Jewelers and it seemed like we were picked for our looks
all slim , all well groomed , long legs , big smiles etc
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I hate to say it... But it helps. Being VP of Sales, I see it daily. Our account and major account reps are good looking people both men and woman.
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I think this is true.
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True, the company I work for won't hire some one who will be dealing with the public if they have tattoos and visible *********.
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Though that is true, in formal businesses they also look to see if the person is well presented.
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No, the ones who get the **** are those who have applied them selves and become masters of their trade with good back grounds and work histories.
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Life isn't fair in the least bit. Some employers will unfairly judge people on physical appearance, out of human nature.
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in many cases..yes....see more qualified people get passed up....but
life isnt always fair...
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Unfortunate but true.
They also make more money on average.
Taller people make more money.
Blonds make more.
Those with better physique make more.
Woman earn more if they wear makeup.

See for yourself:
http://www.salary.com/7-ways-...
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In sales ......definitely
I worked in various Jewelers and it seemed like we were picked for our looks
all slim , all well groomed , long legs , big smiles etc
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... all other critical qualities being equal... and sometimes even when they're not. I believe research has substantiated this fact.
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Not good looking, but well presented.
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Probably explains why I never had a problem finding a ***....LOL
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What position was it?
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It was at a grocery store. You're right, it would have been physically demanding and the guy thought I wasn't cut out for it.
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What kind of *** was it? **** that require a lot of customer interaction, being good looking helps. Physical demanding ****, they might judge you as being "too pretty". I have a speech impediment due to my Autism, I don't know if I've been rejected for that, but it wouldn't surprise if some employers have judged me for that. I wouldn't consider myself as good looking though.
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Generally, I think yes, but I was once rejected because the guy said I looked too "delicate" for the ***.
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It helps and people that have great interpersonal skills.
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It is a pretty well-documented phenomenon
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In some cases. pole dancer
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All things being equal with education and experience, yes, you get the ***. Human nature.
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Probably ... good looking and tall.
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Yup
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It depends on the *** but if it's sales or has any kind of customer contact then definitely, and also add age to that too.
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