I think it doesn't affect how well you can do the job but it might affect if you get hired or not. Someone might hire someone who's more attractive just so they can glance upon them.
I think it doesn't effect how you work, but if you dress terribly then your co-workers might not think highly of you or won't respect you.
I don't think how you look affects how you work, but I think it affects how people think you work because of them judging you based on how you look and not on how well you're doing.
I think that people get hired because of the way they look, but it shouldn't affect how they work. People would want them to work for them, but looks don't determine, well they shouldn't, how good a person is at the task. A boss or coworker might assume that you are doing good just because you look good doing it, even if you are doing something wrong.
I think that the way you look can effect the way you work. If you dress nicely you tend to act more confendent and being confendent will help you work better. If you dress slopy and dont care how you look then your work will be sloppy to if you dont put forth effort.
The way you dress can affect the way people think of you. Sally might wear t-shirts and jeans to work everyday and that can affect the way she does certain assignments because she might feel comfortable or lazy. But what if Sally is supposed wear a t-shhirt and jeans because she is a mechanic. Nelly might wear mini skirts and belly shirts to an office job everyday distracting herself and her coworkers. What a persons's face looks like is not their choice and wouldn't affect the way they work. I think it is what the person chooses to look like that affects their work.
I think that looks do impact someone's ability to ge a job because if you don't dress nicely then you could be treated differently than if you dressed nicely. Also as a teacher when you stand in front of a class and talk, students my not pay attention as much when you are in jeans and a sweatshirt but when you dress nicer students more than likely will pay attention more. Plus when you dress nicer it could impact how well you do in the job because they may feel more of a reason to look and act more professional and do the best that you could do in that field of work.
I don't think that how you look affects how well you do the job, but I think that it does effect what people think of you. If you are dressed well and hold yourself in a respective manner then people respect you more, and maybe think that you can do a better job.
Dressing/Clothing does not affect your job in a physical way. On a mental note though, if you work hard and care about your job, naturally you will dress appropriately/neatly, but if you don't it does not matter.
I don't think it matters on how you look unless you work for a company that requires you to wear a suit or something else. I think all that matters is how well you do that job.
I think it does matter, because if you where applying for a job as a lawyer and you looked like a super silly person they wouldn't take you very serious. Meaning you wouldn't get the job
And to add on to that if you where in court dressed in sweatpants and t-shirt no one would take you seriously. Which could cause you to loose your job
I think it depends on the job you want. For example, if you want to be a doctor and you are covered in tattoos chances are you wont be hired. However, society has gotten much better. There is no longer racial or sexual discrimination, which has been a big problem in the past. For most jobs it doesnt matter what you look like or how you dress, but for very professional jobs that are high up there, some unnatural physical features may not be acdepted.
No, I don't think looks should affect the ability for you to get a job because let's say that you have 20 tattoos up and down your arms and you have your doctorate in education. You apply for a job and you are the most qualified candidate, but because of your tattoos, you're unable to get the job. That school just missed out on a great opportunity for their school to grow just because of someone's tatoos. That one person could have helped so many kids grow in their learning spectrum. Plus, the school would have had the opportunity to brag about how their test scores or graduation rate were.
I mean the way you work because those are just appearances
I think looks do effect your job because people judge what other people do with there body. In this youtube video this man talks about his hardship he faced after getting tattoos on his face "https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=W22CX2CX_Uk." People judge other people off there actions. Even though we think that others shouldn't judge others we do.
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