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Research: During Job Interviews, Women Believe They are 'Judged On Looks'

by Rukmani Krishna on November 20, 2013 at 11:53 PM
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 Research: During Job Interviews, Women Believe They are 'Judged On Looks'

Research reveals that a majority of women feel that they are judged on their appearance more than men.

The research has also revealed that the emphasis employers place on appearance can create major challenges for women who are seeking employment, News.com.au reported.


Also, 84 percent of women surveyed said that there is a double standard between men and women during job interviews and 68 percent of women admitted that they believe that the right make-up can make or break a job interview.

Source: ANI


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