'mornin' +Carter Gibson
. Very interesting. First of all, I like the approach "quick & dirty! and absolutely agree, that time isn't a thing we have too much available on a typical working day.
But sex, material status and a picture? C'mon, that really is typical US nonsense, I'm totally with +Rafa Él
. Wanna know why?
IF beautiful people are prefered, THEN all the unemployed are ugly ones? IF beautiful people are payed better, THEN housekeepers are straight on bad looking and CEOs are models?
You talk about saving time. You read the CV first, then the cover letter, right? Well, if an employer doesn't like another female employee (and that's what this is about), the employer won't hire her anyway. But he wasted an hour interviewing her.
C) Material status
I get the arguments for A & B. Really I do and their might be something to it. But my status. That's crazy stuff. But I'm not surprised at all, because in your country one calls fat people "weight challenged" and every other year you announce another word for black people. However you call them, it will always discriminate them, unless you call all of them what they are: human beings or people.
Side note: Where's the fun skipping through applications and rate the hot interns? You gotta have fun at work, ey?