Uniform dating au
In fact, these professions can often make potential dates worry whether they’ll get the attention they require.
“Our everyday heroes – doctors, nurses, military personnel, firefighters and lifeguards – well, they need a partner who’s prepared to be a little flexible in order to allow them to continue to save lives while falling in love!
(Yes, there really is a dating service for everybody!
) Already a hit in the UK, is a new bespoke online dating service that’s just launched in Australia to provide a unique dating solution for Aussie uniform wearers.
You read right, NINETY ONE percent of people who wear uniforms as part of their job re interested in long-term relationships.
You could say that uniform-wearers are the ideal date for those seeking something serious – and for any single person who is looking for Mr or Ms Right, this information could be a game-changer!
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.
Fantasies and giggles aside, there is a sad truth for uniformed personnel, where the often long hours and demanding nature of their roles can place a lot of extra strain on their relationships.
) Now there’s an answer that is sure to warm the heart of any uniform-wearer or uniform-lover out there (and I am sharing it here with the hope that it helps someone find L-O-V-E) and that’s: ” PR Edge managing partner, Fee Townshend, says advertising types should be aware that despite the long hours spent back at the office, a black t-shirt or plaid shirt do not actually count as a uniform.The stats are in (and, drum roll…) Australia is a nation of uniform-lovers!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.The survey also found that a third of Sydneysiders believe that service men and women looked “unapproachably tough” in their uniforms (…