Rut Roh. Maybe Charla Krupp was right after all: according to a new study covered in Science Daily, the attractiveness of potential employees affects the kinds of payment they are offered. The study, which initially appeared in the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences discovered that "Female interviewers were found to allocate attractive looking male interviewees more high status job packages than the average looking men. Female interviewers also gave more high status job packages to attractive men than to attractive women. Average looking men also received more low status job packages than average looking women." On the other hand, the male interviewers gave out equal numbers of high and low status job packages. Curious! [Science Daily]