The 15 sexiest jobs, according to Tinder

Sexiest Jobs for 'Right Swipes' on Tinder
Sexiest Jobs for 'Right Swipes' on Tinder

When it comes to finding a potential mate, your job may matter more than your looks.

On Wednesday, Tinder released a list of the top 15 most-right-swiped jobs for men and women from November 2015 to January 2016.

On the dating site, a right-swipe on a profile indicates interest. A left-swipe, conversely, indicates disinterest. If both people right-swipe, both are notified and can begin a conversation on the app.

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In November, Tinder introduced a feature that allows you to feed Facebook information into your Tinder profile, including your education and your profession. As users opted to take advantage of this feature, Tinder collected data on which professions resulted in the most right-swipes.

Those interested in men right-swiped most on pilots, whereas those interested in women right-swiped most on physical therapists. Teacher made both lists, as did founder/entrepreneur, model and college student. Doctors and lawyers were more desired if they were men while interior designers and real estate agents were comparatively more desirable if they were women.

Here are the rest of the most desirable professions, according to Tinder:



1. Pilot

1. Physical Therapist

2. Founder/Entrepreneur

2. Interior Designer

3. Firefighter

3. Founder/Entrepreneur

4. Doctor

4. PR/Communications

5. TV/Radio Personality

5. Teacher

6. Teacher

6. College Student

7. Engineer

7. Speech Language Pathologist

8. Model

8. Pharmacist

9. Paramedic

9. Social Media Manager

10. College Student

10. Model

11. Lawyer

11. Dental Hygienist

12. Personal Trainer

12. Nurse

13. Financial Advisor

13. Flight Attendant

14. Police Officer

14. Person Trainer

15. Military

15. Real Estate Agent

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