A string of studies led British psychologists to the conclusion that co-workers are not tolerant to women’s rude behavior, an article in a recent issue of The Psychological Science reports. Conducted experiments showed that male anger and the use of abusive language was seen as normal behavior. But when women let their anger loose at work, this was considered as unprofessional.
Research also surprisingly demonstrated that men who exhibited negative emotions at work such as anger or rudeness were better at achieving career goals and even earned more respect from co-workers. According to psychologists, the same thing is true with job interviews. Men who display rigorous attitude during job interview are more likely to get an interesting and well paid job irrespective of their qualifications while tough women risk failing the interview.
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