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A majority of companies where in-person customer service plays a major role in their business, such as banks and airlines, have dress codes requiring women to wear high-heeled shoes, according to a survey by Kyodo News.

While the sample size is small, at 28 companies, the survey shows how entrenched the belief is that high heels are mandatory for a woman’s professional attire.

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