Tinder reveals the most “right-swiped” professions for men and women
If you your Tinder-profile could use a little boost, you might want to consider how you present your career – or maybe changing it entirely. The popular social-dating app released a few insights on which professions get “swiped-right” the most, and the results are a little surprising.
The latest list of “Most Right-Swiped” jobs in the U.S. were released earlier today, with Pilots being the most right-swiped men on the service.
On the ladies’ side Physical Therapists are the most right-swiped. Not surprisingly Founder/Entrepreneur, Teacher and Model all ranked highly for both males and females. Not that we thought models really had it that tough to begin with.
Job and education integration, which was introduced in November, has been one of the most requested features from Tinder profiles, allowing users to make more informed choices when deciding to swipe left, right, or even up to indicate a Super Like. Although it is optional to share job and education on a profile, Tinder has found that sharing leads to more matches.
On Tinder, recently named the favorite dating app by 73% of college students surveyed by WayUp, college students are on the list of most right-swiped jobs for men (#10) and women (#6).
According to Tinder’s proprietary data, the list was compiled based on the occupations of user profiles that received the highest rate of right swipes over the past three months.
See more on Tinder’s Top Swiped Right Jobs and customized GIFs published on Tinder’s blog. Data is based on the ratio of right swipes received by male and female users in the U.S.