People perceived as not attractive are bullied at work – according to new study

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    People perceived as not attractive are bullied at work - according to new study (Photo via ShutterStock)

    Looks play a big role in high school; good looking kids tend to be popular, while unattractive or overweight kids experience teasing and cruelty.

    A new study finds that physical beauty and the lack thereof also inform people’s experience in the work place.

    In their weekly conversation, WHYY’s behavioral health reporter Maiken Scott and Dan Gottlieb discuss the findings — and how we are all impacted by looks.

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