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Attractiveness: A Key Factor in US Youth’s Social and Professional Success

A research conducted in the US has shown that having an attractive appearance can aid in social progress. The study found that individuals who were rated as attractive or very attractive during their youth had a higher chance of achieving higher education, greater income, and more esteemed occupations than their parents. The study, led by University of Oslo Alexi Gugushvili and Polish Academy of Sciences Grzegorz Bulczak, used data on US youth who had been tracked and interviewed at different times from the 1990s to the 2010s as their research material.

The results showed that an attractive appearance was beneficial for both men and women. Men experienced more professional advantages from their looks, including obtaining raises, promotions, and desired jobs. On the other hand, women benefited from attractive appearances in terms of education and income, although not as much as men.

The researchers suggested that their findings may have been influenced by the fact that the study was conducted in the United States and that the pattern may differ in societies with less economic and gender inequality. They proposed that it would be fascinating to see if the same thing holds true in more equal countries such as Finland or Denmark.

In addition to professional advancement, an attractive appearance can also influence subjective assessments of employers and teachers, impacting an individual’s income and education. Overall, the study highlights that an attractive appearance can provide social and professional benefits, particularly for men.

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