Biological Economics

Business & Economy
2:00 pm
Thu April 18, 2013

Can The Pitch Of Your Voice Affect Your Income?

Jeff Immelt, CEO of GE.
Credit Ed Schipul via Flickr, Creative Commons

A new study from Duke University says it can. Research finds that male CEOs with deeper voices make more money, manage larger firms, and have a longer tenure than those with higher pitched voices. The study follows another published last year by Duke scientists revealing that deep-voiced people are perceived to have better leadership qualities.

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