Either lots of women got really TURNED ON by their tax refunds this year or the world has become even stranger than we thought.
A new survey had women rank the SEXIEST JOBS for men. And the number one answer is . . . accountant. It got 21% of the vote.
Here are the nine sexiest jobs for men: Accountant . . . CEO . . . doctor . . . lawyer . . . construction worker . . . firefighter . . . I.T. worker . . . gardener . . . and police officer. (They did a top nine, because the 10th answer was “other.”)
The survey also found the four least sexy jobs: Garbage man . . . customer service worker . . . deliveryman . . . and postal worker.
“Paris” is a song by American DJ duo The Chainsmokers.
It features uncredited vocals from American singer-songwriter Emily Warren, who previously co-wrote the duo’s single “Don’t Let Me Down”.
It was released on January 13, 2017, through Disruptor Records and Columbia Records.
It was served to Top 40 radio on January 17, 2017 as the follow-up radio single to “Closer”.
The single became the duo’s fourth number one at Billboard’s Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart in its February 25, 2017 issue, and their fifth number one on the magazine’s Dance/Electronic Songs chart in its March 11, 2017 issue.
You’d like to THINK that when you order a pizza, they make it and deliver it as fast as they can. Well . . . this pretty much proves that ain’t true.
Papa John’s is running a test in a few cities right now where you can pay a $2.99 fee . . . so your pizza gets made FASTER. They’re calling it “Papa Priority.”
Quote, “There might be some situations where you would like your pizza a little faster on busy nights, when there might be a longer wait due to the number of orders at the restaurant.” So for $3, you get to jump the line.
They’re only allowing each location to take FIVE priority orders per day, so it’s not going to turn into an endless cycle of people paying $3 one after another to jump the line.
And there’s no word on if or when they’re going to expand this plan around the country.
Today is “Red Tuesday” . . . the day of the year you’re most likely to get DUMPED, because it’s exactly one week from Valentine’s Day.
If you want to break things off without seeming TOTALLY heartless about it, apparently this is the cut-off.
The cheating website IllicitEncounters.com did a survey, and found 30% of people have broken up with someone a week before Valentine’s Day. They polled their MEMBERS though . . . so the number might be lower for non-cheaters.
80% said the main reason they did it was so they wouldn’t feel guilty FAKING their way through Valentine’s Day next week.
And 55% said they broke up with the person face-to-face . . . 28% did it over the phone . . . 12% did it over text . . . and 5% did it on social media.
Ten years ago, the idea of downloading apps was brand new. Now making those apps is the most lucrative thing you can do with your time.
CNN/Money just released their annual list of the best jobs in America for 2017, and the number one career right now is mobile app developer.
The average app developer makes $97,000 a year . . . there are a ton of open jobs for you to snatch up . . . it’s low stress . . . and you can usually work from home.
The top five jobs right now are:
- Mobile app developer.
- Risk management director . . . they help make plans for either communities or companies in case a disaster happens, and also run the clean up and rebuilding if it does.
- Landman . . . that’s someone who makes deals between oil companies and people who own the land that has natural resources under it.
- Product analyst . . . that’s someone who studies products and figures out how to improve them.
- Info assurance analyst . . . they figure out ways to protect companies’ data and network.
(Here are all 100 jobs on the list.)