Dating a construction worker

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Samantha Jones once said, "Who we are in bed is who we are in life. But we do choose the work we do — and you've probably seen on multiple occasions how your job affects your sex life. Sexuality is pretty integral to our personalities.

In fact, in the case of sexual orientation, a connection's already been proven: a new study has been able to pinpoint which industries LGBT people tend to "cluster" in for work. Researchers believe this is because people who have to hide their orientation build similar skill sets like self-awareness. But what about the reverse: are certain jobs, management levels, and earning demographics associated with different relationship styles and sexual preferences?

The long answer is also duh, but a more tentative one: "associated" is a word that speaks to correlation without addressing cause and effect, and correlation is the easy part. We can learn that spoiler alert! Causation aside, it's interesting to look at the patterns, especially in terms of your own dating history. Dating a construction worker it in s that your cheating banker ex-boyfriends are actually a cliche can inspire you to re-tool your type.

Or de-tool it. Bonus: it's deeply satisfying to know that rich people are probably not having more sex than you.

Maybe it's the long hours, maybe it's all the job-related stress to relieve, but the bottom line: consultants and lawyers are getting it in. You should probably consider a career change if you're into copier sex! Man or woman, it makes no difference: if your job is high on the corporate food chain think CEO or top managementall that job-related moxy can go to your head An internet study found that there's a "strong association between power and confidence, and the amount of confidence a person has is the strongest link between power and unfaithfulness.

But wait: that confidence may have a few benefits. Wives of supervisors and managers reported that their husbands are "excellent" in bedwith very good to "best of the best" at oral in a study by Redbook. And if you marry a guy who owns a company? Hold onto your motherfucking hat because these guys like whips and chains. Which means Christan Grey is real? So much to process here.

Or in a park. Or on a lark.

On a chair, in a lair! A dating app survey has decided that these professionals dating a construction worker the most likely to be those weirdos with the "just friends" box ticked under "looking for. Because that's super annoying.

But speaking of friendly, things are little different with these workers if you snag one: Redbook found that married doctor men and other heathcare workers tend to be cuddlerswhile married lawyer men are among a group of professionals that want to have sex every day. No word on whether it's at the office or not. Hello, hookups — these occupations go straight to the business. That may be for the best though: wives of software engineers if they're to be counted among computer technicians reported that their husbands were the least likely to give oralwhile wives of straight-up engineers complained of foreplay that lasts "an eternity.

These busy professions are most likely to be seeking something casualwhich still doesn't explain why all my unemployed dates say the same thing. Ah, Tinder. The good news: police officers' wives reported that they git 'er done, so to speak, always leaving them fully satisfied in a bedroom kinda way.

Artistic types like musicians were also voted best lovers by their wives hands down as if that's a surprise to anyoneand reportedly always do foreplay. Teachers and construction workers, on the other hand, tend to be less than attentive to their wives' wishes: teachers were mostly likely to "not take no for an answer" which sounds kind of rapey, Redbook! Again, not super surprising. Are you in one of these bizarrely diverse professions? Shh, don't fight it. Sorry, you're probably doing the nasty once a week or less. That's luxury, dog. According to an ASA study, the stereotype of the two-timing and leech boyfriend is real.

You know — that guy the heroine dates before the good guy comes on the scene in romantic comedies. Basically, that live-in boyfriend who doesn't pay rent is statistically more likely to be a cheattoo. Praise patriarchy! Your lady's statistically more likely to be faithful to you and your money.

By Cathy Vandewater. The short answer is DUH. I mean, sex dungeons. Here's what research has said on our streets vs. If you work as a consultant or a lawyer, you're more likely to bone in the office. If you have a "power" job, you're more likely to cheat.

Dating a construction worker

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