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November 26, 2022

Judging By This List, Accountants Aren’t Marriage Material

In case you missed it, Bloomberg Businessweek has a "fancy" little "infographic" about professions that are most likely to be married and divorced over the decades. Oddly enough, accountants don't appear anywhere on either, which were built from Census data and data from the American Community Survey.

First, let's look at the marrieds.

It would be interesting to see a male/female breakdown for Chief Executives, but that doesn't exist here.

Now, let's look at divorce. Again, accountants don't appear at all which we find amazing considering the fact that any of you on the partner track might not even remember your spouse's first name, let alone what he or she looks like.

What do we make of this?

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