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You stand more success on Tinder with these careers

Tinder gets 1.4 billion swipes every single day

Take a second to think about that. That activity results in some 26 million daily matches, and 1.3 billion unsuccessful punts at romance. Several hundred million phone screens covered in greasy finger marks and tears (just us? Oh, fine). 

While you might have curated the finest crop of profile pictures and a lovable bio line, it transpires that your choice of career might have a significant impact on your swiping success. Tinder has revealed the stats of the most right-swiped jobs in the UK for both men and women. 

Time to consider a career change? 

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