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By Chris Ciaccia For Dailymail. Good looking people are more likely to get a job and receive better performance evaluations thanks to the 'beauty premium,' but less-attractive people can level the playing field by having a powerful posture, a new study suggests. Researchers from the University at Buffalo School of Management determined that less-attractive people who stand with their feet shoulder-width apart, hands on hips, chest out and chin up, known as the 'power pose,' can cut into the 'beauty premium' that good-looking people enjoy. Less-attractive people can be equal to good-looking people by having a powerful posture, a new study says.
Standing feet shoulder-width apart, hands on hips, chest out and chin up, less-attractive people can use the 'power pose'. This is where employers value attractiveness in employees when deciding salary and in hiring. Other studies have found that women who wear makeup are seen as more trustworthy than women who don't. Although a study by the University of Massachusetts found that people perceived as 'very unattractive' earn more than better looking peers. This was likely due to ugly people being less open to new experiences and more likely to commit to their job, the team behind the research said.
A study in by Wesleyan University found that employers thought beautiful people were more productive even when only interviewed over the phone. This suggests that the confidence that can come with being beautiful allows people to present themselves better even when not visible. By using this pose, less attractive people matched the nonverbal presence that more attractive people displayed naturally, according to the statement. Participants' attractiveness was rated by seven people on a point scale, with 1 being deemed 'very unattractive' and 5 deemed 'very attractive.
In addition to the new study, an additional study was also conducted, with both findings totaling elevator pitches for people participating in a mock job search at a Fortune company, with a three minute interview with the hiring manager. This separate study found that managers saw good-looking people as more hirable due to having a better nonverbal presence, such as gestures. With this pose, less attractive people matched the nonverbal presence that more attractive people displayed naturally.
The researchers collected the data from March to February Participants' attractiveness was rated by seven people on a point scale, with 1 being deemed 'very unattractive' and 5 deemed 'very attractive'.
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