Study Shows Short Men And Obese Women Make Less Money
A study analyzed 120,000 British people and determined those who were genetically likely to be heavier or shorter made less average annual income.By Grant Suneson | March 8, 2016
A new study from the University of Exeter reveals that not living up to conventional physical standards could make your life harder in more than just the dating department.
Researchers wanted to determine whether being a shorter man or a heavier woman makes it harder to become successful in one's career.
But it can be hard to establish a cause-and-effect relationship between those factors, because if someone is born into a lower-income family, they’re already at risk of poor nutrition, which could slow their growth or cause them to be obese.