Infidelity happens. We know this. While the numbers are (unsurprisingly) hard to pin down, research tends to settle around the 60 per cent mark – that’s three in five spouses engaging at least one instance of cheating during the course of their marriage.
But according to a recent survey conducted by extramarital matchmaking service Ashley Madison, career choice could also play a role.
Radio host Kate Langbroek made headlines recently when she said sleeping with a married man is a shitty thing to do. But isn’t she right? Post continues below.
In analysing the occupations of members that have joined the website since 2002, the company found that the most commonly identified professions for women were medicine (23 per cent) and education (12 per cent), while men were most likely to work in trades (29 per cent) and information technology (12 per cent).
Next most common for both genders was entrepreneurship.