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Dirty, lying… Which profession is most likely to cheat?

This. Changes. Everything.

In news that could have saved us a whole lot of therapy, cheaters may now be able to be pin-pointed according to what type of job they have.
A recent survey by those in-the-know – Victoria Milan, the online dating site for people “searching for a discrete affair” – has uncovered that people who are more likely to cheat on their partners are attracted to certain careers more than others.
Financial (brokers, bankers, analysts)
Aviation (pilots, flight attendants, flight pursers)
Healthcare (doctors, nurses)
Business (CEOs, managers, secretaries)
Sports (athletes, instructors, representatives)
Arts (musicians, models, actors, photographers)
Nightlife Industry (DJs, dancers, waiters)
Legal (lawyers, secretaries, prosecutors, judges)
Communications (journalists, public relations, communicators)
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With models, musos and actors coming in at number 6 on the most-likely-profession-to-cheat list, we can’t help but think back to some of Hollywood’s most infamous affairs and shudder (looking at you, Nick Young and Gavin Rossdale)…
Another that comes to mind is Kristen Stewart, who cheated on then-boyfriend Robert Pattinson, 30, with her Snow White And The Huntsman director Rupert Sanders.
When Iggy Azalea found out her fiance Nick Young was cheating on her, she revealed her heartbreak on Twitter: “I feel like I don’t even know who the hell it is I’ve been loving all this time,” she wrote.
It is alleged that Gavin Rossdale and Gwen Stefani called time on their 13-year marriage after he had an affair with the family's nanny, Mindy Mann.
Y’see, what Victoria Milan found from surveying 5,000 different people is that having an affair with a co-worker will up your chances of getting caught (and simultaneously increase the chance of running into you ex-flame if the relationship fizzles).
Plus, the survey revealed that even if women do cheat in their workplace, their professional career or work performance hasn’t been impacted.
K-Stew, case in point; since those steamy snaps emerged in 2012, the 26-year-old has appeared in movies like American Ultra and Still Alice, as well as become the face of numerous Chanel campaigns.
The take home message? Don’t cheat – and perhaps reconsider that drink offer from your mortgage broker…
CLICK through our gallery below for the cheating scandals that rocked Hollywood - K-Stew, included...

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