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Unformatted text preview: Beauty Care Inc. 93 Smith Road New Brunswick, NJ 08901 Contact: Teri Brocker email@example.com Phone: (555)123-4567 For Immediate Release THE POWER OF BEAUTY New Brunswick, NJ, February 18, 2011: Its better to be average and good-looking than brilliant and unattractive. This has become a reality in the workplace today. Handsome men earn, on average, 5 percent more than their less-attractive counterparts, while good-looking women earn 4 percent more. This phenomenon has been labeled the beauty bias by a new book written by Stanford law professor, Deborah Rhode. Plastic surgery has become a more accepted practice as was found in a recent Newsweek survey of 202 corporate hiring managers, which revealed that 13 percent of women would consider cosmetic surgery if it gave them a competitive advantage at work. A persons attractiveness may get a person ahead in the hiring process, as well as in promotions. Reality television has added to this hype by upgrading every part of a persons body and displaying the...
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course COMMUNICAT 192:313 taught by Professor Titus during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.
- Spring '11