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  • Can being visibly happy hurt your career?

    Fast Company - 12/09/2016

    Smiling can even hurt your chances of getting a job, according to researchers at Northeastern University. The study found that smiling too much in an interview can have a negative effect on applicants in any profession, especially in roles that may be seen as more “serious,” including reporting and data entry. However, in jobs that are seen as more sociable, such as teaching, sales, or DJ-ing, smiling apparently causes less of a disadvantage.

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