Attractive People Deserves to Be More Successful Than Ugly People Essay

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Attractive people deserve to be more successful than ugly people

In an ideal world, good looks appeal to job interviewers, potential mating partners and other situations where good looks can be added as an extra leverage in daily situations. Moreover, successful job interviews mean good jobs, good money, and good life; whereas relationship wise, attractive people attract fellow attractive partners typically with good genes and not to mention good jobs. Being beautiful seems to be rewarding therefore it can be said that good looking people simply have it good as these factors are points of success. But what is success? The question is a subjective one thus each individual have different definitions of success. For instance, those who
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Furthermore, Kanazawa (2004) said in his study that attractive females are more attracted to wealthy men with superior social class while wealthy men are more likely to mate with attractive women. Therefore, attractiveness is not the source for success in this instance but rather that success develops attractiveness amongst people. Although it cannot be argued that with good looks, it is common that attractive people are more confident in presenting themselves ensuring the success of their careers. Nevertheless, such traits should not be ruled out for being present in less attractive individuals.

A new study from Rice University has revealed that job interviewees received bad ratings due to some sort facial disfigurement, proves that it is natural human instinct to have a negative reaction to facial blemishes (Madera & Hebl, 2012). There is also no evidence reporting education failures in less attractive people. Not only that the less attractive people received an indirect unfair treatment from society, the notion of attractiveness ensuring success is completely questionable. In mating, women appeared more demanding than men of particular personality traits in their ideal partners such as assertiveness, mature, relaxed and warm (Little et al., 2006). The findings are not all surprising as personality is more important in female choice as