Dating isn’t exactly a walk in the park these days. We’re getting all too used to cushioning, ghosting, stashing and sneating, and the dating trends of 2019 don’t exactly offer a glimmer of hope, either.
And if you’re using an app to find the cherry to your bakewell, you’ll know how quickly you make your mind up about someone. Based on a bunch of pictures and a bio, we make assumptions and judgements in a matter of seconds. Enjoys brunches, lazy Sundays, and has a cute dog? Instant swipe right.
But there’s another thing we’re judging when flicking through the books for a potential partner. Apparently, their job plays an important role. When separating the wheat from the chaff so to speak, we’re reportedly drawn to some careers more than others.
According to a new survey from Badoo, the most attractive job for men is a chef and for women, a hairdresser. Participants were aged between 18 and 30, and appear to prefer more hands-on professions.
Most desirable jobs for men:
Most desirable jobs for women:
It’s a different story if you talk to the masterminds over at Tinder, however. Their recent study showed that the top job for men was a pilot, and the top job for women was a physical therapist.
Just to confuse you even more, data collected from Match.com also doesn’t quite relate to its competitors, with the website claiming that the most desirable men are doctors, and women are freelancers.
So there you go.
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