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9 out of 10 PowerPoint characters would prefer facial features over career advancement


Nashville, TN - In a groundbreaking study by MiSo University, researchers found that 9 out of 10 PowerPoint characters would prefer facial features over career advancement.


The 8-month project revealed 9,112 of the 10,000 characters who participated would rather be able to see, hear, speak, smell, taste, eat, and breathe over receiving money, awards and success.


"This changes everything," said one researcher. "And it goes to show that achievement is not everything in the business presentation world."


Graphic designers across the country were shocked by the study, and many are revisiting past illustrations to add facial features.


More studies will follow to see if the characters would prefer to be clothed.


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