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Keep Your Job By Reading Boss' Face

Reading your boss' face could help you keep your job in this tough market.

Reading your boss' face could help you keep your job in this tough market.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010 16:37 GMT

SAN DIEGO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – In tough economic times, you may want to get in your boss’ face – to read it, at least.

Face reader Barbara Roberts, author of Face Reading: How To Read Anyone At A Glance (Roberts), says folks have a better chance of holding onto their jobs if they learn to keep their bosses happy by reading their facial features.

She says eyebrows can pinpoint a head honcho’s temperament.

Low-set brows mean a boss is “friendly” and likes to communicate with employees in person.

High-set eyebrows, however, usually belong to a boss who prefers more formal exchanges via email.

Roberts says thick, “Brooke Shields eyebrows” mean a boss is “dramatic and intense.” Employees shouldn’t take anything they say too personally.

Chiefs with flat eyebrows hate being interrupted, so employees should always knock before barging into their offices.

By anticipating their boss’ needs through face reading, Roberts says employees can become “indispensable” and have better job security.

For more, visit facereading1.com.

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