Confidence is key in career advancement

A new University of Melbourne study has found a strong correlation between self-confidence and occupational success.

Higher wages and rapid promotion were more common in participants who reported high levels of self-confidence.

According to the research, attributes previously thought to advance career development, such as height and attractiveness, actually do so because of their affect on confidence levels.

Read more at The University of Melbourne

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