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Economists at the University of Texas-Austin analyzed five large surveys conducted in the United States, Canada, Germany, and the United Kingdom between 1971 and 2009, and found that beautiful people are usually more happy than ordinary or ugly people.
The researchers pointed out that the above findings show that beauty can bring economic benefits, at least half of the people with good looks said that their happiness is from beauty.
Daniel Hammermesh, the lead author of the study, said: “Most of the beauty effects of beauty come from the impact of beauty on economic outcomes.” He has worked hard over the years to study the effects of attraction.
Many studies, including the early studies of Hemermeer, show that beauty can bring more wealth in several ways, including those who look better, usually earn more money, and will be more beautiful and earning more. High people get married.
In the latest study, respondents were asked to assess their level of happiness, and the appearance was assessed by interviewing staff face-to-face or by photo. The top 15% of respondents who were ranked as the best-looking, were 10% more happy than the 10% of the most unsatisfactory looks.
Hemermeich said: "In these studies, it is usually possible that one-third of the respondents are above average or very beautiful, 10% to 15% are below average or simply plain, and a large group is sandwiched between It’s not good-looking, it’s not ugly.”
Todd Kashdan, an associate professor at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., who did research in happiness, did not read the study, but he said the findings were quite reasonable.