Any successful model knows that just staring blankly into a camera and having a pretty face is not nearly enough to be considered great at their job. The expressions you use when being photographed convey all sorts of emotions, and depending on the demands of the particular job you are doing, these expressions can make or break the success of the campaign. So, how can you know if the expressions you are making are conveying what you intend them to or if you are totally off-track and making a photographer’s job way harder than it has to be?
While many see no downside to being beautiful, a professor at the University of Colorado Denver Business School says attractive women face discrimination when it comes to landing certain kinds of jobs.
The job market these days is tougher than ever. In the post-recession years, landing your dream job requires the perfect combination of qualifications, experience and downright luck. But could your appearance also be having an impact on your chances of becoming employed? While we all like to think that we live in a world of equal opportunities, where the only thing taken into account is your experience, that isn't always the case.
So, if you’re one of the lucky people who has been handed the looks of a Greek goddess with a body to match, here are some career options for you.,anyone who has one of these careers has fully embraced their looks, and while we know these people are all clearly feeling themselves, who could blame them for cashing in? Just maybe have a backup plan for when you hit your 30s, just in case...
There are reports that beautiful women face hiring discrimination in the workplace, because yes, people do hate you because you’re beautiful, but this is not always the case, and if your attractive life has many, many advantages.