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We loved how Ok Cupid conducted a similar study (but with race), so we emulated their methodology in this study. The charts below show the words people use most frequently, grouped by their degrees.
We looked at Coffee Meets Bagel users’ profiles and isolated words and phrases in their profiles that made each degree holder’s profiles statistically distinct from the other’s. (FYI – For those of you who are not familiar with Coffee Meets Bagel, here’s an example of what a member’s profile looks like on Coffee Meets Bagel (this is mine).
Check that out: “corporate,” “start-ups,” “economist,” “counting,” “finance,” blah, blah, blah. MBAs also love to talk about their travels and have (IMO) great taste in wine.
If you’re searching for a hottie with an MBA, you might want to check out your local bocce ball and squash courts; I guess businessmen enjoy really obscure lawn games.
The trend of alluding to your profession/degree in your profile is recurring.
“Lawyer,” “law,” “justice,” “rights,” “legal,” even “oxford commas” are no surprise here.
After all, it appears that these docs are quite fond of lounging around watching Glee and Aziz Ansari.
The good news is, we don’t think this is a sign that men don’t find high achieving women attractive — after all, female MDs were the second most liked. What’s interesting is that women holding only undergrad degrees were also the pickiest, followed again by MDs.
Terry is an unapologetic writer, artist, and aspiring social psychologist from the best city on the planet (otherwise known as Pittsburgh).
Her interests include technology's affect on Generation Y, plastic dinosaurs, social interaction and snapback hats.
As always, men and women are as different as Miley Cyrus and Taylor Swift, and our study proves no exception.
Men didn’t seem too hot for the women holding professional or other higher degrees; in fact, they preferred ladies who only have their bachelor’s degree!!!