A new study conducted by extra-marital affairs website, AshleyMadison.com, has revealed the ‘sexiest professions’, with NZ men rating secretaries, models and waitresses as most desirable for an extra marital affair, while women prefer doctors, athletes and actors.
The study profiled 3,700 male and female New Zealand AshleyMadison.com members, asking what the sexiest job for an affair partner would be. In a twist, the notorious infidelity website also profiled the ACTUAL jobs of its members!
Men’s top five ‘sexy women’s professions’:
5) Exotic dancers
Women’s top five ‘sexy men’s professions’
However, when it comes to the actual occupations of AshleyMadison.com members, the range of jobs wasn’t quite as exotic with women most likely to be school teachers, secretaries, hospitality execs, finance professionals or in HR. Meanwhile, men were most likely to work in IT, as public servants, engineers, ad execs or tradies.
AshleyMadison.com founder and CEO, Noel Biderman, says: “This list is fascinating. The perceived sexiest jobs are strongly informed by popular culture – for example, films such as ‘The Secretary’ or shows such as ‘ER’ produce stereotypical characters that people associate with sex appeal, power and wealth. The inclusion of athletes or politicians also demonstrates how people associate these roles with infidelity – which - in many cases is the reality.
However, with a few exceptions, the actual jobs our members have tend to be more ordinary, which just goes to show that infidelity operates at all levels of society, irrespective or gender, status or ethnicity and AshleyMadison.com simply caters to that demand.”
About the research: AshleyMadison.com profiled 3,700 of its male and female NZ members who actively cheat, asking which five jobs they considered sexiest in the opposite sex.
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