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Will looking and feeling good at work score you a promotion?





It has been proven that there is a direct correlation between inner and outer beauty- the way you feel about yourself and the way others view you.


Looking good makes you feel good and boosts your confidence, which in turn will boost performance, especially at work. Employers are more likely to hire a good looking or friendly looking person because they tend to have more desirable traits in personality such as higher self confidence. These types of people tend to be happier and generally more creative, energetic, optimistic and motivated.


About 65 % of employers choose looks over education. Most feel that a freindly face is more desirable and needed training can be done in the workplace. Attractive people are usually hired sooner, promoted more quickly and paid more. On average, people considered to be good looking are paid between 4% and 5% more.


Researchers at Rice University and the University of Houston conducted a study on facial apperance in interviews. People with acne, scars or birthmarks were more likely to be rated poorly by their interviewer. Interviewers also tended to remember less information about these candidates. These are definitely surprising results, but use them as a reminder to take care of your body.


As much as we don't like to admit it, we can always do more to look and feel better. Great fitting clothing, regular beauty treatments such as facials, manicures, pedicures, waxing and massage make a big difference in the way you look and feel. If you are having a cosmetic issue that is a little more difficult to imrove such as acne, pigmented lesions and excessive hair growth, laser is a great option to help improve these conditions. Even setting some time aside to relax can greatly improve the way you look and feel.


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