The Careers That Make You Most Likely To Cheat
Pilots and nurses are up there.
BY Olivia Ovenden | Oct 20, 2016 | Sex & Relationships
A new study has shown that bankers are in fact the most likely to be unfaithful to their partners, according to research from Victoria Milan, a website for married people seeking affairs (you'd think that people would avoid those potentially life-ruining websites, nowadays).
The site released the nine most common careers people that use their service have:
1. Financial (Bankers, brokers, analysts)
2. Aviation (Pilots, flight attendants)
3. Healthcare (Doctors, nurses)
4. Business (CEOs, managers, secretaries)
5. Sports (Athletes, instructors)
6. Arts (Musicians, models, actors, photographers)
7. Nightlife Industry (DJs, dancers, waiters)
8. Communication (Journalists, public relations, communicators)
9. Legal (Lawyers, secretaries, prosecutors, judges)
65 percent of women surveyed said the workplace was the easiest place to form an attraction to someone although 85 percent wouldn't suggest recommend with a colleague to someone else.
Website founder Sigurd Vedal, told The Mirror, "The survey clearly shows that even though there's a risk to your career, having an affair at work makes life a lot more pleasant."
At the same time, the majority of cheaters would steer clear of mixing work with pleasure—not because it damages their career, but because they are at risk of being found out, or will feel "uncomfortable."
Try not to freak out too much if you are dating a broker or a DJ...
From: Esquire UK