Study: CEO facial traits linked to higher pay
From the Ventura County Star:
"Becoming a corporate CEO is supposed to involve hard work, long hours and business acumen.
It also often requires a solid jaw line and small, piercing eyes, according to a new research study from three finance professors at Duke University.
Titled "A Corporate Beauty Contest," the study asked nearly 2,000 people, mostly college and graduate school students, to rate the facial traits of corporate CEOs alongside non-CEOs and heads of smaller companies. The results suggest that looks do indeed matter in corporate boardrooms."
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Posted by Derek Markham at May 3, 2010 10:35 AM