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Poll: Heels Get Higher As Economy Slumps

By Paperstone on December 3, 2012 in Office Workers

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Women office workers are more likely to wear high heels in an economic downturn than when the economy is more buoyant, according to the findings of a recent poll.

The Taiwanese survey conducted by human resources company 360D and a shoe company found that while women workers in general favoured lower-heels or heelless shoes, more women would buy high heels in a downturn in a bid to make themselves appear morre confident.


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