- April 15th 2014
The business world can be competitive, both when getting a job and when trying to land that big client for the firm. What people say and how they say it matters in the business world, but so does appearance. Most hiring managers would not want to admit it, but they would rather hire a young go-getter than an aging candidate. The older jobseeker may be out of touch with trends or may be prone to age-related illness, or so goes the stereotype. Even if this is not true, first impressions are everything, and if the jobseekers look old, they are automatically at a disadvantage. The same is true of clients, who may judge a prospective account manager by their appearance.
To combat this unspoken age discrimination, many men and women are trying to get ahead in business by looking younger. When the smart suit and the slick hairdo are not enough, many turn to cosmetic treatments to gain an advantage. Since fine lines and wrinkles can betray their age, many patients opt for dermal fill [Read more]