In our society, people who are good-looking are assumed and expected to be better than the rest of the population, especially within the workforce. In the current study it was hypothesized that unattractive applicants would score lower on questions about their personal attributes even though their qualifications for the job were the same as the attractive applicant’s. Eighteen female undergraduate students were given two resumes, a resume with a picture of an attractive applicant attached to it and a resume with a picture of an unattractive applicant attached to it. Participants then completed a questionnaire about the applicant’s personal attributes. A one-way within subject ANOVA revealed no differences between the attractive and unattractive job applicant.