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A BBC News article is titled “Short Workers Lose Small Fortune.” The article says that each inch of height added USD $789 to annual pay. Professor Tim Judge from the University of Florida, who led the study described in the article, suggested that the reason for this was evolution. He is quoted as saying: “When humans evolved as a species and still lived in the jungles or the plain, they ascribed leader-like qualities to tall people because they thought they would be better able to protect them.”What conclusions can be justified from this kind of a study, assuming it was done in a statistically correct manner?


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