By the numbers
The survey, conducted in Singapore by the Society of Aesthetics Medicine and sponsored by pharmaceutical company Allergan, asked 400 women and 100 men for their views on the link between attractiveness and job prospects.
The respondents, aged between 30 and 60, earn more than $3,000 a month.
The results revealed that:
think facial attractiveness is important at work
agree attractive people are more likely to be called for job interviews based on their photographs in the resumes
feel attractive people are more likely to be hired or promoted
think attractive people are better paid than their peers with similar qualifications
feel attractive people are more successful in all areas of work