A woman's pay reflects her body mass weight. A man's
pay isn't effected by his weight. hmmmmm Interesting.
Skinny girls get higher pay for the same work that a fat
girl does. Men can be fat, thin, or in the middle and their
pay isn't effected.
May 25, 2005
May 25, 2005 — WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Heavy-set women are likely to
face worse socioeconomic outcomes than slimmer colleagues, but fat men
do just fine, a new research study has found.
"Body mass significantly decreases women's family income," the study by
two researchers at New York University found. "However … men
experience no negative effects of body mass on economic outcomes."
Dalton Conley, director of NYU's Center for Advanced Social Science
Research, and NYU graduate student Rebecca Glauber found that a 1
percent increase in a woman's body mass index — a measure of weight
relative to height — pushes family income down by about 0.6 percent.
Similarly, the researchers found a woman's "occupational prestige,
" a measure of the social status of differing jobs, also dropped as
body mass rose, although to a somewhat lesser degree: 0.4
percent for each 1 percent increase in body mass.
Conley said the marriage market appeared to account for most
of the differences in body mass-related outcomes among women.
More at the site -
[edit on 5/26/2005 by FlyersFan]