Women who groom more earn more – so where are the tax breaks for makeup?
- June 21, 2016
- Andrew Penner and Jaclyn Wong, sociology, on workplace wages via Fusion, June 21, 2016
Recently, a controversial study from researchers at the University of Chicago and the University of California, Irvine confirmed this hypothesis when it revealed that women who wear makeup at work and groom more thoroughly also tend to make more money.
For the full story, please visit http://fusion.net/story/317285/women-deserve-tax-breaks-for-makeup/.
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