Having trouble getting a date? Wondering how to get more matches on Tinder?
Maybe it's time to pursue a career as a registered nurse. They seem to do well for themselves in the dating game.
Mashable asked Tinder to share the professions that people were swiping right on the most across the country in cities ranging form Honolulu to Anchorage and everything in between.
There are some patterns. Nurses, lawyers, teachers and male flight attendants (LOL, random, I know) tend to do really well in most cities.
But then female hair stylists crush the game in lots of cities, too!
Find your city on this list (I promise it's on there) and see how your profession fairs.
If you're looking to get lucky in Denver, make sure to pursue a career as either a musician or a lawyer.
Users in Nashville prefer registered nurses and attorneys (Side note: Is there a difference between a "lawyer" and an "attorney"? Someone LMK, please and thank you).
Swipers in Indy stay healthy by dating registered nurses and paramedics.
Phoenix users break away from the registered nurse theme we've got going by being into hair stylists and pilots.
New York City
City slickers in NYC are big fans of teachers and engineers.
Users in the big island are suckers for registered nurses and marketing managers.
San Francisco (my hometown, HOLLER)
SF keeps up with their tech-y rep by being into product designers and CEOs.
Users in DC are suckers for the media industry, with a desire for ladies in PR and fellas in journalism.
People on Tinder in Atlanta break all sorts of gender norms by pursuing female software developers and male flight attendants. Good for them!
Teachers and lawyers are racking in the most matches in Chi-town.
Boston users pay their homage to the scientific community by swiping right on doctors and chemists.
Registered nurses and pilots are pulling major matches yet again in Anchorage.
Male flight attendants are a hot commodity yet again in Seattle. Female veterinarians also make their first appearance at the #1 spot in the Seahawks' hometown.
Marketing directors and teachers are killing the game in this Texas city.
Living up to any and all stereotypes, the entertainment industry slays the game in Los Angeles, with talent agents and recruiters at the coveted #1 spot.
Users in the Fresh Prince's hometown have a weakness for web developers and architects.
All right, enough reading this article. It's time to pursue your career as a hair stylist or a registered nurse.