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Dating a married man who is jealous

Furthermore, a 2015 study found that both men and women receive benefits for having a tall spouse.

This discrimination was even higher in female employees.

Some jobs do require or at least favor tall people, including some manual labor jobs, law enforcement, most professional sports, flight attendants, and fashion modeling.

Moreover, research on leg length and leg-to-body ratio conflicts with the notion that there is a distinct preference for taller mates.

A 2008 study found that both extremes, tall and short, reduced attractiveness, and a 2006 study found that a lower leg-to-body ratio in men and higher leg-to-body ratio in women increased aesthetic appeal.

Men may compensate 1.3 BMI units with a 1 percent higher wage than their wife.

Women may compensate 2 BMI units with an additional year of higher education.

A study produced by the Universities of Groningen and Valencia, has found that men who felt most anxious about attractive, physically dominant, and socially powerful rivals, were less jealous, the taller they were themselves.

The report, produced by Dutch and Spanish researchers, stated that because average height women tend to be the most fertile and healthy, they would be less likely to feel threatened by women with those similar features.

Recent findings suggest that height discrimination occurs most often against racial minorities.

A 2007 study found that African-Americans reported higher weight and height related discrimination.

They also found that men's wages as adults could be linked to their height at age 16.