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Study: Sexy Facebook Profile Pics May Hurt Women At Work

According to a new study, choosing to use a sexy profile picture on Facebook and other social media sites may hurt women’s careers because coworkers are more likely to judge them as being less competent workers. What do you think?

  • “Have I mentioned lately that I’m glad to be a man?”

    Joe Halperin
    Systems Analyst
  • “I wish there was a way to just quit Facebook altogether.”

    Amelia Conner
    Hamper Stacker
  • “Aren’t there any upsides to being sexy?”

    Grant Ellerin
    Marine Biology Expert