We loved how Ok Cupid conducted a similar study (but with race), so we emulated their methodology in this study. 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).
Believe it or not, over 35% of our member base has a master’s degree or higher.
The trend of alluding to your profession/degree in your profile was recurring for each degree, but you law degree holders really take the cake.
“Lawyer,” “law,” “justice,” “rights,” “legal,” even “oxford commas,” the list goes on.
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
Leaving a good first date impression is usually at the forefront of our minds but sometimes we can get carried away in the excitement, or perhaps let the nerves get the better of us and make a little (or large) blunder that could seal our fate and even cut all chances of a second date! Being positive and feeling good about one's self is the key. Positive people have a sense of self worth and exude confidence.
However, you gals surpassed female MBA holders, where as ladies preferred MBA men ahead of JD guys.
You also probably noticed that men are particularly hot for women who only have their bachelor’s. Naturally, a woman with a JD or Ph D will be older than a recent undergrad graduate, and you know how those men love those younger women — I’m totally rolling my eyes right now.
Here are 4 quick and dirty tricks to improve your listening skills.
The eyes tell much that you want to know and for that reason alone, this may be the most important lecture in this course. If you are one of these people, (and most of us are) you need to brush up on your listening skills.
There was a startling experiment in which the subjects, a mixed group of all backgrounds were kitted out with glasses to track their eyeball movements and then thrust into a roomful of similarly mixed, attractive people.
Regardless of their own origins, or preferences, they looked overwhelmingly more at the white people in the room.
They used Statistics Canada data from 3,800 cities and towns and then created an algorithm to filter the number of people in the city down to a very short list of “matches” for a given person’s factors. Thompson, estimates, for example, that if you are from Toronto, are a female seeking a male, are “not picky,” as long as the guy is between 35 and 45 with a university education, that “for every 79 people you meet in Toronto only one is a match,” which works out to 1.26% of the population of Toronto.” The calculator is found here: Your correspondent urges caution in using such statistics, however, well-intended, at your next cocktail party.