I saw a statistic the other day that less than 15% of adult men in the US are 6 foot or taller and less than 5% are 6'2" or taller. The average height for men is 5'9" and men get paid on average, something like $1200 more for every inch they are above 5'9". The author also looked at average height of ceos in fortune 500 companies. I think he said over 50% are over 6 foot and over 30% are over 6'2", much different than the population averages. Interesting statistics but I can't remember them exactly. I saw them in Blink by Malcolm Gladwell.