In 2012 a poll showed that most people believe their more attractive peers would climb faster in their careers.

But a new study, conducted by the United Workers Union, appears to contradict that.

The study plotted workers attractiveness on a scale of 1-10 against their pay grade.

The results showed that the less attractive you are, the more likely you are to get paid well and have a long job title.

Even workers who were both unattractive and untalented still performed better than their more stunning peers.

This should come as good news to the 8 in 10 people who doubt their self-worth every time they look in the mirror in the morning.

NFN (Nice Fake News)