The Merits of Plastic Surgery: One Woman's View It's hard to get a job in any industry if your competition is younger and more energetic, but there are ways to shrink the gap. NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks to a Silicon Valley woman who underwent plastic surgery to make herself feel and look better. Maria, who's in her late thirties, preferred that we not use her last name.
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The Merits of Plastic Surgery: One Woman's View

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The Merits of Plastic Surgery: One Woman's View

The Merits of Plastic Surgery: One Woman's View

The Merits of Plastic Surgery: One Woman's View

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It's hard to get a job in any industry if your competition is younger and more energetic, but there are ways to shrink the gap. NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks to a Silicon Valley woman who underwent plastic surgery to make herself feel and look better. Maria, who's in her late thirties, preferred that we not use her last name.