These Are The Best And Worst Careers To Find Your Soul Mate

Daniel Johnston once sang this about true love: “only if you’re looking can it find you, ’cause true love is searching too.” In today’s world, however, it feels impossible to look for love when you’re already working 40 or more hours a week to live. Plus, the older you get, the less exciting it is to go out on a Friday night with your warm cozy bed waiting up for you. If this sounds like you, then we have the answers you’ve been looking for. These are the best jobs to find love in the workplace, as well as the ones to avoid. Sometimes there’s no better place to meet someone than the place you’ve crossed paths with them several times already!

Which one of these jobs will you be changing your career to?

Petroleum Mining Creates Relationships That Last

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Stick with us on this one. If you’re a woman looking for a man with a stable income who is loyal almost to a fault, then you want to meet, fall in love with, and marry a petroleum miner. On average they make $130,000 a year and are 18 times more likely to stick to their vows than ask for a divorce.

The divorce rate is one of the lowest percentage of any job in America. You also won’t have to worry about the stress of student debt making it impossible to start a family. To be qualified for a job in petroleum mining, you only need a Bachelor’s Degree in engineering!