If you are looking for a job in the tech industry with the most attractive employees, you may want to consider forwarding your resume to Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN). A recent report from popular dating app Hinge claims Amazon employees are more physically attractive than Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL) or Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) employees.
Hinge’s latest finding show Amazon employees are most attractive
Hinge is similar to another millennial-skewed dating app Tinder. Both apps show users random profiles of other users. The user can swipe right if they want to connect or left if not. The report added employees from four out of the five tech companies were sought out more than employees from other companies. The one exception is Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), which has employees 0.2 percent below average attractiveness of all Hinge users.
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Amazon’s employees take the lead with 14% of their profiles more than average. Microsoft employees are second with 8% and Google follows at third place with 7%. Facebook takes fourth place with 2.3 percent. Another interesting find in the report is the pickiness levels of employees. Facebook employees were the pickiest out of the five and Amazon was the least picky.
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Marketing director for Hinge Karen Fein claimed the study was designed to inspire conversations about dating apps. She also said that other details often matter when one determine’s whether or not they are interested in another person. She said it goes beyond appearance and that where you work matters.
Hinge a relatively small New York-based company with just 14 employees. The company boasts it uses Facebook-validated user profiles complete with photos and full names. It allows users to review friends with common interests, religion, and other necessary details. It is also free. This app also received positive reviews from trusted media sources such as The Washington Post, The New York Times, and The Boston Globe.