It’s official, a sewage worker is the least attractive profession in the country.
Following a recent PlayOJO survey, a whopping 34% of the nation agrees their job stinks.
Undertakers, bin men or women and politicians didn’t do so well either in the poll, while 12% of the nation don’t find cleaners attractive.
It is universally accepted that some jobs are considered sexier than others and it can be hard to find love if you have an unpleasant job.
Firemen are famous for turning up the heat when they walk into a room being on the opposite end of the scale.
While paramedics (19%), lawyers (13%) and data scientists (11%) were named as some of the sexier occupations out there.
PlayOJO is looking to set the record straight by calling on hotties to come together for a calendar shoot and show the UK what they’re made of.
The online casino is on the hunt for the UK’s most attractive employees from the 12 least attractive jobs to prove it’s not all one-way traffic for wardens.
So, if you know a sexy taxidermist or a steamy sewage co-worker that would look good on a calendar, tag your friend and PlayOJO on social media with the hashtag #ToughJobToLove.
Alternatively, look out for the competition posts on PlayOJO’s social channels and tag away.
A spokesperson for PlayOJO said: “We know some jobs aren’t the sexiest and we think its unfair that it can be hard to find love if you have an unpleasant job, but that doesn’t stop good looking people from doing them.
“We want to champion these unsexy professions and show a fairer representation of some of the UK’s – assumed – ugliest jobs by creating a calendar of the hard-working people who clean up more than just the streets.
“So, with that in mind, we want to encourage people from around the UK to nominate their attractive mates pursuing unattractive careers.”
The 12 toughest jobs to love:
- Sewage worker (34%)
- Cleaner (12%)
- Undertaker (11%)
- Bin man/woman (10%)
- Politician (6%)
- Fishmonger (5%)
- Bailiff (5%)
- Traffic warden (5%)
- Pest controller (3%)
- Taxidermist (3%)
- Abattoir worker (2%)
- Accountant (2%)