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Want More Tinder Matches? Get Yourself One of These Jobs

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If you're a keen Tinder-user swiping, super-liking and chatting away to people who take your fancy on the regular, what aspects of someone's profile draws you in, leading you to make that bold right-swipe? Are you all about the looks? Or do you look for an impressive bio? Good hair? Good teeth? Age? All are factors which could make or break your decision on which way to swipe.

But what about their job? A person's profession can tell you a lot about their interests, passions and lifestyle, and Tinder have revealed the jobs that win the most right-swipes. The 'sexiest' jobs, if you will.

Of course, the contents of your Tinder profile is open for people to judge, and it's likely some users have inaccurate prejudices of certain industries, hence why some are more popular than others in the dating world; here's what Tinder have revealed...

In the U.S., results were revealed at the start of last year and split into popular professions for men and women. Male pilots got the most right-swipes - which is understandable, many love a man in uniform - and founders/entrepreneurs followed in second, which again makes sense as those titles boast a certain level of wealth at first glance - something that some take into consideration when looking for a partner *cough* what's that Kanye West and Jamie Foxx song?

For women, the most popular profession was revealed to be a physical therapist. The second most popular was interior designer - perhaps people want a creative and artsy date - and founder/entrepreneur came in third, landing in the top 5 for both lists.

Here are the full lists for U.S. users:

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More recently, Tinder have revealed professions receiving the most right-swipes in other parts of the world. Down-under in Australia, women were most likely to swipe right on swimming coaches; Aussie ladies clearly wanting that Baywatch look, eh? Get your red swimming trucks on boys. Men in Austrailia were most drawn to flight attendants, which proves to be a popular profession all over the world too...

Weirdly enough, flight attendants and cabin crew members were categorised as two different jobs in the research, which seems a bit odd and leaves many wondering what the difference is between the two. Nonetheless, both types of airline-worker came up in the top five in Spain, Germany, France, the UK, Chile, Japan, Mexico, Korea and Columbia...that's a lot of people having the hots for flight attendants (or cabin crew - whatever). Perhaps it's that Britney Toxic video...

Being part of a cabin-crew seems like a job with a good amount of perks; you get to travel the world AND get flooded with Tinder matches, win-win if you ask me. So, if you're unlucky-in-love on Tinder, hop on a plane, and pop on one of those stripey neck ties...Happy Swiping!



An aspiring journalist, Laura is our Content Writer intern.  Pop-punk gig-goer and drag queen enthusiast, Laura is working her way into the industry, with an English A -Level and love of writing about anything and everything in tow. Find her daily musings on twitter @Songbird_Lauras


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Want More Tinder Matches? Get Yourself One of These Jobs Reviewed by Laura Sewell on Tuesday, May 09, 2017 Rating: 5

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