Researchers have found that good looking students get higher grades from their teachers than students with an ordinary appearance.  Some studies using mock criminal trials have shown that physically attractive "defendants" are less likely to be convicted—and if convicted are likely to receive lighter sentences—than less attractive ones (although the opposite effect was observed when the alleged crime was swindling, perhaps because jurors perceived the defendant's attractiveness as facilitating the crime).  Studies among teens and young adults, such as those of psychiatrist and self-help author, Eva Ritvo , show that skin conditions have a profound effect on social behavior and opportunity. 
well, i can’t just wait to express my thoughts and my judgement on the good looks you guys are talking about. fist, everybody is created in the image and likeness of God. if we all get to admit this, then we can have equal opportunities in life not considering the looks of one self. Being God fearing, faithful, honest, trustworthy… name them,
are the factors everybody should consider, eg. in job sectors.
one may ask, how are we gonna tell that one is honest, trustworthy, god fearing and the like, i will tell you that, observe their behavior,listen to their communication, are they reliable ie can they keep a promise, are they self centered ie. people who only care about themselves etc. lets not only dwell on the good looks, we could be preventing very important people in the society who could be of benefit to our society to express and speak out their views. am not against those who look good coz i also feel that am good-looking not only from my views but also from other peoples views. thenx for reading.