Wear a low-cut top to get an interview . . . in Paris
Wearing a low-cut dress in a job application photograph boosts a woman’s chances of being invited for an interview, research suggests.
A study conducted in Paris showed female applicants were 19 times more successful in being summoned when pictured in revealing clothing rather than more conservative attire.
The Sorbonne University survey reached its conclusion after two women were put up for each of a number of job advertisements over a period of three years.