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Who Cheats? Docs and Stay at Home Moms!

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Ever wonder what professions top the list as the most guilty of infidelity? We were shocked by the answer!

Doctor and Teacher

AshleyMadison.com, the dating site for married people (yes, you heard right), surveyed all of their new members last year. Of the 1.9 million folks who signed up to cheat, er, date in 2009, these were the top professions:

For Women:
1. Teachers
2. Stay-at-home Moms
3. Nurses
4. Administrative Assistants
5. Real Estate Agents

For Men:
1. Physicians
2. Police Officers
3. Lawyers
4. Real Estate Agents
5. Engineers

The president and founder of AshleyMadison.com Noel Biderman notes these top professions are often high stress and require many to work long hours.

For his book "The Problem with Women ... is Men," author Charles Orlando interviewed 1,200-plus women and 400+ men and discovered women cheat mostly for emotional reasons, while men admitted to cheating largely for physical or sexual gratification with no emotional tie. And the men who were perceived themselves as "powerful" or "influential" (like doctors, cops and lawyers), say their cheating was "justifiable." Huh?


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