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Job Hunting Men Turn to Face Lifts

World Journal, news, Posted: Jul 21, 2009

LOS ANGELESTo stay competitive in the job market, an increasing number of people are turning to plastic surgeries, reports the World Journal. According to a Chinese plastic surgeon interviewed by the paper, older clients who are facing layoffs or looking for new jobs have been showing up more often at his office in the last few months. The surgeon said this group of clients wants to gain more confidence in their job search by altering their appearance. Some middle-aged male clients want to look younger because they are afraid that their employers may feel they look too old. Cheaper and smaller surgeries with fast effects are the most popular.

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