Les Sinclair

Nice Guys Finish Last, What about Women?
Nice Guys Finish Last, What about Women?

A joint study from Cornell and Notre Dame universities proves that, at least in the workplace,  the old saying “nice guys finish last” is true. Researchers found that men who are less agreeable earned 18 percent more, about an extra $10,000 annually, and similar types of women averaged 5 percent more, or nearly $2,000 per year.


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