Snippet from the article:
In my 30years of experience, I have seen several economic situations, each one uniquely different but all the same. No matter the differences, one issue remained the same. If you wanted to endure, you needed to possess every attribute desired by your employer and prospective employer.
One constant is, how you look is as important as what you know. It’s as important to look youthful as it is to look experienced. Unfortunately looking older does not pay off, most of the time you are not perceived as experienced it’s simply perceived as old.
Read the full text at Examiner.com
The article goes on to talk about how important hair is, in that it adds confidence to the prospective employee. I’ve written about this before (and there was an LA Times article about it), but it’s good to get someone else writing about it from time to time. So do you agree or disagree that hair makes the man?