Both women applied for 200 different sales and accounting jobs — each applying for 100 roles wearing the revealing outfit, and 100 roles wearing a shirt with a higher neckline.
Sure enough, the more provocative photo helped the applications for both women in both fields — they got 62 more interviews out of 200 applicants for the sales jobs, and 68 more out of 200 for those in accounting.
Kertechian told Phys.org the study's results showed that the candidate with the more revealing outfit received "more positive answers" from the recruiter, even for office-based accounting positions that don't deal with face-to-face customer interaction.
Though they're disappointing, Kertechian admitted his results are "not necessarily surprising."
Some powerful businesswomen suggest doing just this; Shark Tank star and real estate titan Barbara Corcoran shamelessly encourages women to "hike up their skirts" in order to "get attention" in the traditionally patriarchal business world.
Ugh. Women should not have to use their cleavage to bust through the glass ceiling. Sadly, it seems they still do.
This could become really big -- and it sounds horrifying.
KeKe Palmer is accusing performer Trey Songz of 'sexual intimidation,' among other things, after she randomly appeared in his newly released music video for Pick Up The Phone that was released on YouTube on Friday.
From what we can gather reading Palmer's passionate Instagram message that contained the accusation, it appears she did NOT give Songz consent for her to appear in the video -- but the Scream Queens star takes it even further than that.
It is scary and potentially triggering to read, but here is her full, emotionally-charged IG message about what led up to her non-consensual appearance in the video and the hints about how she was forced into it (below):