In a study published in the June 2016 Journal of Social Stratification and Mobility, researchers Jaclyn Wong of the University of Chicago and Andrew Penner of the University of California, Irvine tested the "attractiveness-income relationship," or whether a person's attractiveness is a factor in how much money they earn (spoiler alert: It is).

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