A study presented in San Antonio,
Texas today shows that the people at work who make things miserable for
everyone else, are actually the highest earners.
The study, called "Do Nice Guys—and Gals—Really Finish Last?" by Dr. Livingston, Timothy A. Judge of the University of Notre Dame and Charlice Hurst of the University of Western Ontario, looks into "agreeableness" and its effect on income.
The researchers analyzed information from three different studies that surveyed 10,000 workers over about 20 years. They found that men who measured "less agreeable" earned more-- 18 percent more-- than their nice guy counterparts. That's about $9,972 more a year for being a jerk.
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