What you do professionally plays a huge role in who you decide to spend your entire life ahead with.
The US Census bureau analysed a comprehensive data of approximately 3.5 million homes and streamlined a report determining how individuals are pairing up on the basis of their jobs.
Here is a list of professional pairs of males and females.
Female flight attendants are most likely to marry male managers or flight attendants, while male flight attendants are likely to marry primary or high school teachers or their female counterparts.
Female financial analysts have high chances of marrying financial managers or retail workers and male financial analysts are likely to get hitched with operation research analysts or teachers.
Female chefs could tie the knots with their male counterparts or cleaners and male chefs can marry female waitresses or their counterparts.
Female doctors are most likely to marry their counterparts and male doctors are likely to marry nurses or their female counterparts.
Female actors are highly probable to marry fellow male actors or designers and male actors have high chances of marrying female actors and camera operators or editors.
Lawyers and judges
Female lawyers find the best matches in male lawyers or IT professionals and male lawyers are usually seen to marry their female counterparts.
Sales and marketing managers
Female managers are most likely to be paired with male managers or insurance workers and male managers are most likely to be paired with teachers or business-operation specialists.