Jobs that get the most right swipes on Tinder

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A graphic depicting Tinder, the mobile matchmaking app.

NEW YORK – Want to get more right swipes on Tinder? Consider a career change.

People who list certain professions on the dating site tend to get more matches, according to a new report from the company. Tinder gave users the ability to include details about their work and education in their profiles three months ago, in response to a lot of user requests.

The company reports that adding any job to a user profile increases the chances of a right-swipe.

“This extra layer of information provides deeper insight into our users,” said Rosette Pambakian, vice president of communications and branding.

But some jobs in particular tend to get a more positive reaction from other users. Tinder looked at the profiles that got the most right-swipes between November 2015 and January 2016 to compile a list of the 15 most popular occupations for each gender.

Five professions made both lists: founder/entrepreneur, college student, teacher, model and personal trainer.

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