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These 2 Jobs Will Get You the Most Tinder Dates

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Find out how desirable your occupation is

Are you a male pilot or a female physical therapist? Congrats, you’re among the most desirable people on Tinder.

The dating app announced Feb. 24 which jobs get the most right swipes from others. Among men, pilots receive the most right swipes, followed by founders or entrepreneurs, then firefighters. Among women, physical therapists are most popular, with interior designers coming in second place and entrepreneurs in third.

The ability to include job and education info in user profiles was a much-requested feature that was added in November. Tinder says sharing that info leads to more matches for users.

Here’s the full list of popular jobs:

MEN:

  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

WOMEN:

  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
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