While many people may beg to differ, it has been proven time and time again that beauty sells. In fact, a recent Yale study found that workers, in the United States, who had above-average looks earned close to a quarter of a million dollars more in their lifetime than those who were considered to have below-average looks. Now, although we know that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, people who are considered to be attractive, and who take pride in their appearance, are often more out-going and willing to take chances that others may not consider taking. This holds true both in a person's personal life as well as their professional life.
Let us say, for example, that you have two candidates for a job position. One is a woman in her 50s, who takes pride in her appearance, has a high level of self-confidence and has a fresh, albeit rejuvenated look about her. The other is a man in his 40s, who has the same on-paper qualifications as the first candidate, yet is not quite as attractive and comes across as being exhausted or worn-out. Although his attire is appropriate for the workplace, and he is relatively fit, he does not exude the eye-catching beauty that the other candidate seems to possess. However, if you give the man a face lift, a brow lift, some liposuction, or maybe a few non-surgical fillers, he now looks and, most importantly, feels better. As a result, his confidence level rises, he appears more attractive, and suddenly he finds himself moving up the corporate ladder.
Plastic surgery cannot guarantee a boost in one's career, of course, but it can give you the physical and emotional boost you need to help you succeed. So why wait? If you are interested in finding out if plastic surgery may be right for you, contact a San Francisco plastic surgeon at the Pacific Plastic Surgery Group right away. As a board certified plastic surgeon, you can be sure that Dr. Miranda will be able to help you determine the right treatment to suit your needs.