We now have data on that creeping notion that the “cool kids” in college were more popular because they knew how to party harder.
A new study, with the fitting title “Drinking To Reach The Top,” found that more frequent drinking is linked to higher social status.
For both sexes, more drinks in one outing meant higher social standing. Binge-drinking is defined as having five or more drinks in one sitting for males, or four or more for females.
With more young people going on to take leadership positions, how does this look in the modern workplace?
New research sheds light on the relationship between drinking and climbing the social ladder.