Job seekers turn to medical aesthetics to get an edge

02/15/2013 | Personal Branding Blog

Surveys have found that better-looking people have an easier time finding a job, and job seekers are increasingly turning to cosmetic surgery to get an edge in a highly competitive market. Men have been more likely than women to seek cosmetic surgery to gain or keep a job, but women are catching up, plastic surgeons say.

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