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These are the jobs that are more likely to get you a match on Tinder

The selfie with the drugged up tiger hasn't done it. The David Bowie lyric quote isn't getting you any traction either.

Maybe you can improve the fortunes of your Tinder account with a change of job?

Three months ago, Tinder added the option for users to add their profession and place of education to their profiles. In addition to giving desperate swipers a new opening line ("So you're an accountant! That's... cool?"), it also gave the match making app the ability to monitor which professions gained the most matches. 

Based on information collected from US users, these are the most "successful" jobs for getting a right swipe.

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