Want to find a date? Here's where Tinder says you should work

Now that they've shared U.S. citizens' proclivity for right-swiping on pilots (for men) and on physical therapists (for women), Tinder has released data on the sexiest jobs around the world.

And the results prove that no matter where you're from, your thirst for certain professions is more or less universally shared.

In most countries surveyed, love is literally in the air. Especially if you're a dude.

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In Australia, men were more likely to right-swipe on a flight attendant than any other profession, while women were coo coo for swimming coaches first, with students and cabin crew members (not sure how they differ from flight attendants, but carry on) coming in a close second and third.

Flight attendants are the second-most popular among females in Spain too, after store managers. And in Germany, male cabin crew members were top-ranked and male flight attendants (again, how is that different?) were placed fifth.

But wait, there's more! Colombia's male flight attendants are rated fifth most popular and France's male cabin crew are at the very top of the swipe food chain. The UK, Chile, Japan, Korea and Mexico all feature top-ranking male flight attendants and/or cabin crew as well. Who knew?!

Meanwhile, Argentina has somehow managed to avoid the flight obsession. Instead, Tinder users there opt for "liking" people in marketing and product development. Good for you, Argentina!

The rest of the world will be over here, fawning over those dreamboats in the sky.

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