Web designers, vets, architects and lawyers, good news; the dating pool finds you more attractive than others.
According to new research, some professions have more right swipes than others, with web designers being swiped right on 82 per cent of the time, followed by veterinarians at 79 per cent.
Architects and doctors are in equal third place at 77 per cent, followed by marketers, lawyers, and solicitors (72, 70 and 67 per cent respectively).
In order to find which jobs were most attractive, StandOut CV created a male and female Tinder profile that had the same bio and profile picture – except for their job title.
Journalists, civil engineers and psychologists and content writers also had a success rate of 60 per cent or above.
But at the other end of the spectrum, politicians and online influencers had the least right swipes, with just 15 per cent and 22 per cent respectively.
Bus drivers, waiters, models and receptionists were also at the bottom of the list.
So why were some jobs more attractive to people than others? According to UK-based environmental psychologist and wellbeing consultant Lee Chambers, job titles can convey stereotypes and qualities as well as assumptions about socioeconomic status, intelligence, and ambition.
“At a simple level, jobs that convey trust and ambition, such as lawyers and architects, are considered to be faithful, well paid and secure. Doctors and vets are seen as caring, knowledgeable and kind.
“Marketers and designers are thought of as having creative flair, being spontaneous and being full of big ideas,” he told StandOut CV.
“On the other hand, politicians are in a position of authority, but most people feel they are untrustworthy. Influencers are often considered vain, exposed to society and not stable in the long term.”
But judging someone based on their job won’t promise anything, Chambers added.
“In reality, however, making a judgement on a person’s job title is a sure-fire way to miss out on meeting some amazing people.”
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