Are you looking for romance? One place you may be able to find it is at work. There are some jobs where you will be more likely to find love than others.
The top jobs for romance include jobs where there is a lot of interaction with others, which makes sense. The more people you meet, the more opportunities you have to find a potential partner. Here's more on the top jobs for people for looking for romance from CareerCast.com:
Top Jobs for Romance
Hotel Guest Service Agent: While working in a hotel, you'll be exposed to many single professionals who may be there for business. It's your job to make their stay a good one, and they'll certainly take notice of you.
Bartender: Bartending will put your listening skills to the test and surround you with plenty of single people trying to get your attention.
Flight Attendant: As a flight attendant, your potential mate could be traveling for a business trip or a quick getaway. You will get the chance to have at least a couple of hours to make an impression as you work the aisles.
Fitness Instructor/Personal Trainer: Being sociable here is actually a job requirement, and this imperative takes away the need for an icebreaker.
Retail Sales Specialist: You will never be short of opportunities to flash that winning smile as you say, "Can I help you?" or "Did you find everything you needed?" Nothing takes the edge off of an introduction than being required to talk to people who walk into the store.
Pharmaceutical Representative: Where else can you have the opportunity to talk with lots of medical professionals and speak their language? Though some days it can be tough to find time to fit into a doctor's schedule, you can bring lunch to doctors' offices, and talk to the staff over tacos.
Dance Instructor: Reality shows have made dance classes all the rage, and teaching one will allow you to dust-off your inner tango skills. It's also a great place to check out each other's moves and to innocently gaze into each other's eyes.
Do keep in mind that it's important to be careful when seeking romance on the job. Be aware of company policy regarding dating other employees or customers. You don't want to have to start looking for a new job because you lost your job because of a romantic relationship at work. Here's how to handle an office romance.
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