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Tall Men Land More Jobs Than Short Guys — and Height-Boosting Shoe Lifts Can Help Give You the Advantage

When it comes to seeking employment, it may take more than a degree from a tony university for guys to snag their dream job. It might come down to the long and short of it.
Numerous surveys have revealed that taller men may be more likely to secure a job than their shorter counterpart, even earning more money over their lifestyles.
For those who may be getting the tape measure out about now, in a 2018 report by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the average height for men in the U.S. over the age of 20, was roughly 5 feet 9 inches.
According to several industry professionals in the job recruitment field, adding an inch or two to one’s stature could give men an advantage in the workplace.
Dale Winston, chairwoman and CEO of New York-based Battalia Winston, an executive search firm, said there is some truth to the theory, but it’s focused on individuals at the bottom of the bell curve. “If we’re talking about a man who is 5 feet 6 inches, 2 inches can make a difference,” said Winston. “If you’re in the middle of the curve, it is irrelevant.”
Doug Levin, owner of JobStars in Chicago, who provides

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