Ashley Madison survey reveals the most unfaithful professions.
It seems that if you are a tradie, doctor or entrepreneur you are among the professions with the highest number of dirty cheaters.
PEOPLE cheat on their partners for all sorts of reasons — but according to a recent survey, your likelihood of being unfaithful could also depend on your job.
Ashley Madison, the controversial online dating service for people who are married or in relationships, recently polled members on what they did for a living.
The survey revealed some interesting insights — while the website has been created specifically for cheaters, members were surprisingly loyal to their careers, with 44 percent claiming they never switch jobs, with the rest saying they only changed roles every 10 years.
The survey showed the percentage the different percentage of women and men.
Tradies took out the top spot for the blokes, with 29 percent of respondents working in the trades.
According to Isabella Mise, Ashley Madison’s director of communications, tradies’ shift work and random hours make it easier to do the dirty on their partners.
“Jobs in trades often mean irregular hours and are often structured in shift work meaning it’s easier for men to fly under the radar when it comes to sneaking around with an affair partner,” The Independent reported Ms Mise as saying.
12 percent of male cheaters work in IT.
3. Entrepreneurs (both male and female)
Surprisingly, entrepreneurs came in at number three for both men and women.
According to the survey, that could be because entrepreneurs “are likely to take charge of their sex life the way they do their business”.
4. Retail and hospitality
Waiters, bartenders, baristas, and hotel workers made up 8 percent of male respondents.
Another 8 percent of cheating men is in the finance industry.
6. Marketing and communications
Six percent of unfaithful men work in marketing and communications.
Five percent of male cheaters are employed in the medical field, including doctors and nurses.
Four percent of male respondents work in the legal profession.
The education industry — including professors, teachers, and lecturers — made up 4 percent of male cheaters.
10. Arts and entertainment
Three percent work in arts and entertainment.
Another 3 percent work in the agriculture industry, including farming.
12. Social work
Finally, 2 percent of male participants were social workers.
A whopping 23 percent of female Ashley Madison members work in the medical field as doctors or nurses.
“A combination of long hours of potential stress mixed with a natural reaction to stress just might be the reason these women in the medical profession seek out an affair,” Ms Mise said.
Next came female teachers, who made up 12 percent of respondents.
3. Men and Women — Entrepreneurs
Male and female entrepreneurs took out the number three spot.
Nine percent of female cheaters are financiers.
5. Social work
Female social workers are more likely to cheat than their male colleagues, with 9 percent of participants working in this field.
6. Retail and hospitality
Nine percent of female cheaters worked in retail or hospitality.
Eight percent of female participants work in IT.
8. Marketing and communications
Next came women in marketing and communications, making up 4 percent of respondents.
Lady tradies took out the ninth position, with 4 percent of participants working in jobs such as plumbers and builders.
Four percent of female cheaters work in the legal field.
11. Arts and entertainment
Another 4 percent of are in the arts or entertainment industry.
But just 1 percent worked in politics.
So are you a cheater?
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