Unemployment “sexier” than insurance

Unemployment “sexier” than insurance

Unemployment “sexier” than insurance

Australia’s unemployed are “sexier” than insurance professionals, according to new online research.

Of 1000 men and women surveyed, ranging between 18 and 60+, none deemed insurance and the superannuation industry to be a sexy profession.

Manufacturing, transport and logistics also scored 0% across the board. Call centre and customer service did not do much better with a total of 0.3% of respondents finding it sexy.

 However, 2.4% of men said the unemployed were sexy, and 1% of women thought employees in real estate and property was attractive.

As to be expected, the Australian Defence Force got 14.1% of female vote; and emergency services (10.8%), and trades and services (7.6%) also proved popular with women.

Australian men scored sports and recreating workers most highly, given them 11.4%; followed by healthcare and medical at 9.4% and hospitality and tourism at 6.7%.

 Overall, sport and recreation (9.2%), defence forces at 9% and healthcare and medical at 6.9% filled the top three spots.

The poll was conducted by online dating site VictoriaMilan.