A study published in the Journal of Business Psychology found that "very unattractive" people always make more money than their "unattractive" coworkers — and often make more money than "average" and "attractive" coworkers, too.
A study published in the Journal of Business Psychology found that "very unattractive" people always make more money than their "unattractive" coworkers — and often make more money than "average" and "attractive" coworkers, too. Creative Commons
A study published in the Journal of Business Psychology found that "very unattractive" people always make more money than their "unattractive" coworkers — and often make more money than "average" and "attractive" coworkers, too. Creative Commons