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Pilots and physical therapists top most 'right-swiped' jobs list on Tinder

Last November, Tinder, the popular dating app, added job and education integration — one of the most requested features from Tinder profiles. The Los Angeles-based company just released the top 15 most “right-swiped” jobs in the United States. “Right-swiping” is the “like” direction and for men, pilot was the top job, while physical therapist clocked in as the #1 ranked job for women. 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. According to the company, 26 million matches are made each day on Tinder with more than 10 billion matches made to date.

Most “right-swiped” jobs on Tinder:

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

Doug Zanger

I am the North America editor for The Drum. A geographic mutt, I was born in Minnesota (lived outside of Minneapolis until I was 12), lived in suburban Philadelphia, attended college in Denver and London — and have proudly called Portland, Oregon (and the Pacific Northwest) my home for 24 years.

Sadly, I love Philadelphia/Portland/Oregon sports and Arsenal.

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