In this case, we aren't talking about those who are workaholics. We're talking about careers that tend to be more of a turn off for the opposite sex on dating sites and APPs.
First of all, a lot of people don't really put what their exact job is on these dating APPs. I know when I was on Match.com back when I was single I kept my job vague and just said entertainment business. Of course, that vague description came with its own set of problems because the pervs would always ask if I was a stripper.
When it comes to your dating profile, just like your body type and hair color, your profession could be making or breaking how many swipe rights you get on Tinder. In case you've never used Tinder a swipe left is a form of rejection, while a right swipe means the person is interested in you.
So what professions get the most swipe rights for women?
- Speech Pathologists
- Interior Designer
- Event Planner
How about the professions for men?
- Creative Director
- Flight Attendant
Like I said above I did try Tinder for like 3 days. It was overwhelming. I felt pressured to make a quick decision on someone based on a few sentences and a couple of photos. I'm pretty sure most people don't really put their jobs in their profile...or maybe the ones only looking for a booty call left that information out.
You can see the top 15 professions for dating websites and APPS in the full article below.
A right swipe is a "like". A left swipe is a rejection Lawyers are top of the list for the most right-swiped men Teachers top the list for the most right-swiped women In both genders, models are "outswiped" by lawyers and teachers Have you noticed that your friends are getting more dates on Tinder than you?