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On Tinder, it’s never the hot one. On Hinge at least there’s a chance.
The dating app Hinge collected data from aggressive Wall Street swipers to determine which banks employ the hottest workers. Overall, Hinge has determined that young professionals in the banking industry as a whole are more likely to get swiped right than the average user. Shockingly, it seems women find men who make money to be more attractive than their poor counterparts.
But who’s home to the most hunks and babes? Here’s the breakout:
Look at Goldman at the top of yet another rating system. To be fair, I’d sell my soul to Lloyd Blankfein to get that 15.8% right swipe boost above the average. Heck, I’d do a lot worse things just to get to the average.
The data isn’t constrained to finance. Hinge studies show that employees of Amazon.com, Google, and Microsoft are also found to be more attractive than the average user. So naturally, there seems to be a correlation between how attractive you are and where you work.
So that leaves one question left unanswered: Which bankers have the highest standards? I mean, they’re more attractive, make more money, and get swiped right more often than us PGP contributors. So who swipes right for the sex-spambots? Looks like Barclays.