A year later, in May 2011, the company boasted 23 million members in 39 countries.
The survey reported that almost a quarter of uniform-wearers (who describe themselves as trustworthy and loyal in the survey) had a relationship terminate due to long working hours.
However, (and luckily for all the other deserved uniformed workers), the survey showed that the appeal of “uniform dating” isn’t just limited to stethoscopes and bedside manner.
After doctors, the most desirable male Sydneysiders in uniform were: Firefighters, Police, Pilots, Lifeguards, Nurses, Navy Officers, Paramedics (interesting! As for females in uniform, the list went: Nurse, Air Steward, Doctor, Police, Pilot, Firefighter, Airforce Officer, Lifeguard (oh, Pamela – forever etched on our minds), Navy Officer and then, Army Officer.
Often known as trustworthy and compassionate partners, the survey also revealed that a humongous 91% of Australia’s men and women in uniform are looking for life-partners over a fleeting fling.
You read right, NINETY ONE percent of people who wear uniforms as part of their job re interested in long-term relationships.