Software engineer doing height-enhancing surgery

A Las Vegas surgeon revealed that dozens of software engineers paid him $70,000 to $150,000 for height- enhancing surgeries . These software engineers are mostly from well-known technology companies, including PayPal, Google, Amazon, Facebook and Microsoft, and one of them is a woman. Dr. Kevin Debiparshad said his LimbplastX Institute has had double the usual number of height-enhancing surgeries since the work-from-home era of the pandemic, sometimes more than 50 a month. Why do height enhancement surgery? The reason may be that various statistics show that tall people are more socially beneficial: tall people make more money, are more likely to become corporate executives (the average height of male Fortune 500 CEOs is 6 feet), and are more Women favor. It’s worth it for some people to pay the price for more benefits.

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