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Furthermore, a 2015 study found that both men and women receive benefits for having a tall spouse.
The husband's gains include beauty that results from his wife's positive attributes that are correlated with her height such as education.
although Time itself objected to the term's inclusion in the 1991 Random Webster's College Dictionary, citing it as an example of the dictionary "straining ...
Some jobs do require or at least favor tall people, including some manual labor jobs, law enforcement, most professional sports, flight attendants, and fashion modeling.
It showed that increase in height for men corresponds to increase in income after controlling for other social psychological variables like age and weight.
Economists Nicola Persico, Andrew Postlewaite and Dan Silverman explained the "height premium" and found that "a 1.8-percent increase in wages accompanies every additional inch of height".
Height discrimination is most common against shorter than average men and is generally accepted and ignored.
women have resorted to high dosages of oestrogen to reduce their height.