August 2007
People Management;8/23/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 17, p10
The article discusses research being done on the earnings of beautiful people. It refers to a study by James Andreoni and Ragan Petrie published in the "Journal of Economic Psychology." It reveals that good-looking people earn 12 percent more on average compared with their counterparts. It states that good-looking individuals are seen as more helpful and cooperative.


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