There is no doubt that aside from having the brains, having the looks also count as an asset in landing not just any job, but a well-paying job! Unfortunately, real life is much different from what is ideal. Whether one likes it or not, the lack of good looks eventually slims the chances of getting hired or getting promoted.
In the corporate world, looks are everything. It is all about the image after all. Image sells the brand and if a person does not have the looks to sell that image, one will not be able to sell the brand. Indeed, looks equate confidence. If an employee is confident and happy about his or her self, then, he can be productive and efficient at work.
Cosmetic Surgery May Save The Day
That’s why more and more people are getting plastic surgery. With the workplace being competitive and becoming more so looking good and looking young is one of the ways to stay competitive. It is not without any precedents. Unconsciously, people are attracted to good looking people. As such, employers unconsciously and unknowingly tend to give preferential treatment to good looking employees.
For those who are not confident about how they look, facelifts could be their last resort. These can even out the wrinkles, get rid of wrinkles and make the face look younger. Getting the face done for the better is given priority because this is the first thing people see. The same is true with nose jobs. Having a straight, well defined nose, people will notice you. Tummy tucks are also good. It gives the body a better definition that can enhance the overall body profile.
Of course, since this is plastic surgery, it pays to make sure if the nose job is worth spending a couple of thousand dollars on. The insurance won’t pay for it so every penny spent must be worth it all. It pays to get this body contouring procedures before landing a job because it helps in boosting the prospects of getting employed or getting promoted. Maybe.