Highly educated women dating

I guess popular groups just have a sixth sense about these things and know they can be picky.Given that the type of degree someone holds has a clear impact on their attractiveness level, I was curious if there is a distinctive difference in the way people present themselves on their profiles, depending on the degree they have – i.e., are there words or phrases those with MBAs use a lot more than those with Ph Ds?

But according to our data, Lawyers are also raging meat lovers.

I certainly can’t picture any lawyers I know on a trapeze or wearing jorts, but apparently that’s a thing.

Naturally, we were curious to see if having a graduate degree has any correlation to a member’s attractiveness and preferences.

We looked at over 20 million matches and here’s what we found. Right off the bat you’ll probably notice that for men, professional degrees (i.e., MD, MBA, JD) garner a higher percentage of likes than those with more general graduate degrees (i.e., Ph D, Master’s).

So essentially ladies, all of those extra years of school you endured were totally useless as far as your dating life is concerned. Naturally, a woman with a Ph D would be significantly older than a recent undergrad graduate, and you know how men love younger women — I’m totally rolling my eyes right now.

The good news is, we don’t think this is a sign that men don’t find high achieving women attractive — after all, female MDs were the second most liked. What’s interesting is that women holding only undergrad degrees were also the pickiest, followed again by MDs.

Overall, it looks like men are into ladies with less smarts than them (frowny face), and women lust after doctors and businessmen. Leave us comments, especially if you have any idea what the heck “flipping” means.

If you liked this post, check out The Biological Reason Why He Or She Is Just Not That Into You.

I mean, if you decide to dedicate your life to studying one specific thing, it’s probably important enough to you to mention it in your dating profile, no? Also, does anyone know what the heck “flipping” is?

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