Tinder Just Released A List Of The Jobs Girls Swipe Right To The Most, Results Are Surprising


Have you ever been at the bar and introduced yourself to a young lady and she immediately asks you what you do for a living, to which you respond “I stock shelves at Blockbuster Video,” before she throws a drink in your face and walks away? No? Neither have I. But it’s a lot easier to imagine that circumstance than if you were wearing a blazer and introducing yourself as a trader at Goldman Sachs. And if you answered yes to the initial hypothetical, what are you doing with your life, Blockbuster closed five years ago, bro. Pull it together.

But it’s no secret that your job is an indicator of what type of person you are and what kind of money you make, so whether fairly or not, girls judge you on what you spend most of your waking hours doing.

So when Tinder incorporated your job and education details below your name in your profile, it likely had an affect on who was swiping right on your ass.

Tinder just announced its list of most right-swiped jobs in the United States. The list, which details jobs and occupations for both men and women that have received the highest amount of profile right-swipes, should give you an idea of which industry you should get into if you’re looking to up your sex number.

We’ll start with the top 15 male professions that girls swipe right to the most.

  1. Pilot
  2. Founder/Entrepreneur
  3. Firefighter
  4. Doctor
  5. TV/Radio Personality
  6. Teacher
  7. Engineer
  8. Model
  9. Paramedic
  10. College Student
  11. Lawyer
  12. Personal Trainer
  13. Financial Advisor
  14. Police Officer
  15. Military

Here are the professions us bros swipe right to the most for our lady counterparts.

  1. Physical Therapist
  2. Interior Designer
  3. Founder/Entrepreneur
  4. PR/Communications
  5. Teacher
  6. College Student
  7. Speech Language Pathologist 
  8. Pharmacist
  9. Social Media Manager
  10. Model 
  11. Dental Hygienist
  12. Nurse
  13. Flight Attendant
  14. Personal Trainer
  15. Real Estate Agent

So there you have it, fellas. Join pilot school or at the very least lie about it to get girls. Probably easier just to lie about it.

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Matt’s love of writing was born during a sixth grade assembly when it was announced that his essay titled “Why Drugs Are Bad” had taken first prize in D.A.R.E.’s grade-wide contest. The anti-drug people gave him a $50 savings bond for his brave contribution to crime-fighting, and upon the bond’s maturity 10 years later, he used it to buy his very first bag of marijuana.