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A study at the University of Florida found for every inch of height, a man can expect to earn an extra $789 per year.
Economist Andrew Leigh stated, "if the average man of about 5’10" gains an additional 2 inches in height, he would be able to earn an extra $950 per year."
The Huffington Post found that in a Manhattan based poll, only 1.2% of women would consider dating a man shorter than her.
Research from Duke University suggests for every inch below 5'10", a man has to earn $30k more per year to be seen as equally appealing to women on the dating market.
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