Appearance is central to the professional success of women
A survey conducted by the University of Chicago in the United States revealed that for American women, professional recognition only happens when the woman looks good.
According to the data collected during the work, one in five executives says she got a promotion or a raise after changing the way she dresses and makes up.
The survey found that 98% of respondents feel that appearance affects their careers. The survey was conducted with 200 female professionals, senior managers and business owners. A total of 55% said they usually get along well for work, and 40% said they often buy clothes often to be kept tidy, waiting for a promotion.
Almost half of those interviewed said they wore dark, associate color and classic style with credibility, and little more than half said they had difficulty finding modern and age-appropriate clothing.
Other studies should be carried out to trace the professional profile of modern women, but for the time being, appearance still speaks louder.
A young university student was walking on the street during the day when she was approached by a young man who threatened her with a shard of glass around his neck saying, "I'm going to kill you, I'm going to kill you." With the help of other people he managed to get rid of that situation. Routine activities such as walking on the street, riding a bus, leaving the house, going into the house and approaching people were accompanied by anxiety, fear, tachycardia, breathing uncontrollable and sweating.
The TV room turns the stands with Brazil on the field in the World Cup. Family and friends get together trying to find the best position to watch the games. On the one hand, the atmosphere of relaxation and adrenaline lead the crowd to delirium and make the day even more pleasant, on the other, sits, rises and getting dressed to try to watch games can cause body aches and, if your room is not adapted to take in so many people and for long exposure to television, the situation can get even worse.