Why Alicia Keys isn’t wearing makeup on ‘The Voice’
- August 22, 2016
- Research by sociologists Jaclyn Wong and Andrew Penner is featured by The Washington Post, Aug. 22, 2016
There’s considerable research showing that attractive people tend to earn more, but a recent paper by University of Chicago and University of California, Irvine sociologists suggests that nearly all of the salary differences between women of varying attractiveness is because of grooming, such as wearing makeup and/or styling hair.
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