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Beauty has an ugly side, especially for women. To be attractive today could mean for a woman in search of work a great inconvenient. According to a study published by the stupid journal “MALE CHAUVINISM ON POWER,” the candidates for a job with a remarkable beauty should avoid putting their photo in the curriculum.

The researchers claim that women do not hire other beautiful women for fear of having to deal with future rivals. That is why, in the study show that attractive women that put a pretty picture in the curriculum are less likely to be called to a job interview if the person making the selection is a woman, because of the feminine rivalry at work.

"To grow professionally is harder for a woman if she is beautiful, because of jealousy between women, and especially if her boss is a fat sweaty woman," told me the journalist who wrote the article.

Anyway, if you don’t place your picture on the curriculum, when asking you for an interview, they will see your beauty in first person, thing that will increase the hate of the interviewer. The only solution for gorgeous women to be engaged on a job would be esthetical surgery for becoming a normal person.
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