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By CAREEREALISM Founder, J.T. O'Donnell


I read an interesting piece by fellow career blogger,P enelope Trunk this week over at BNET. It's called, "Why Your Career Needs Plastic Surgery - Literally." In it, Trunk provides the evidence that supports the decision to have some work done to create a younger, better looking version of yourself as a way to get more job offers, money, promotions and professional power. Here are just a few of the facts she provides:

(Note to self: I need to call the cheerleader headhunters if running CAREEREALISM.com doesn't work out. Go West High Blue Knights!)

My question to all of you is this: If money was no object, would you have plastic surgery if it meant a better professional future? Vote here and then post your comments. I want to hear your thoughts on the subject.

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