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The Most Unattractive Profession?

Be honest. Would you be more or less attracted to someone depending on what they did for a living?   Whatever your take may be, it seems to be universally accepted that some jobs are  seen as sexier than others. Firemen have been known to bring out the wolf-whistler in aroused passer-byers, whilst undertakers might be getting the cold shoulder far beyond their clientele. We were dying to know though… which jobs were considered THE MOST unattractive? We held a national survey to find out…

3rd most unattractive job – Undertaker

The results were unanimous with sewage workers coming off worst and voted the least attractive profession by the British public with 34% of the vote. Surprisingly, cleaners came in second (12%) beating the likes of undertakers (third with 11%) and bin men/women (fourth with 10%) in the process. Politicians complete the top five most unattractive jobs with 6% of votes. No big surprises there.

The 12 Toughest Jobs To Love:

1. Sewage worker (34%)
2. Cleaner (12%)
3. Undertaker (11%)
4. Bin man/woman (10%)
5. Politician (6%)
6. Fishmonger (5%)
7. Bailiff (5%)
8. Traffic warden (5%)
9. Pest controller (3%)
10. Taxidermist (3%)
11. Abattoir worker (2%)
12. Accountant (2%)

The Hunt Is On!

It’s about time that these hard-working folk got some positive exposure – it’s only fair! We’re on the hunt for the UK’s most gorgeous employees from the UK’s top 12 most un-gorgeous professions. Then we’re gonna make the hottest calendar that the UK has seen – the ‘Tough Job to Love’ 2020 Calendar – to finally prove that it’s not all a slap in the fish face for UK’s fishmongers and that traffic wardens could already be sending out all the right signals.

6th most unattractive job – Fishmonger

So, if you know a sexy taxidermist or a steamy sewage co-worker that could really heat up our calendars’ winter months, tag that person and PlayOJO in a post on social media with the hashtag #ToughJobToLove.

Alternatively, look out for the competition posts on PlayOJO’s Facebook, Twitter or Instagram channels and tag away! 12 of the nominees will then be selected by PlayOJO to take part in the 2020 calendar photoshoot in their work uniforms.

* Terms and conditions

  • The application period opens on 29th November 2019 and closes at 16th December 12pm. The 12 winners of the competition will be contacted on their social channels to confirm if they’d like to take part
  • The promoter is PlayOJO a company registered in Malta under Reg. No. C50024 with its business address at Level 5, Quantum House, 75 Abate Rigord Street, Ta’ Xbiex 1120 Malta
  • Entrants must be over 25.
  • Winner will be chosen at random and will be notified on their social channels within 24 hours of the closing date. If the winner cannot be contacted within 24 hours, we reserve the right to withdraw the prize from the winner and pick a replacement winner
  • Employees connected with Playojo cannot enter the competition
  • Entries can be submitted by tagging their nominees social channels in relevant PlayOJO posts or on their own, tagging PlayOJO and using the #ToughJobToLove
  • The ‘prize’ will an invitation to take part in the PlayOJO 2020 Tough Job To Love Calendar photoshoot
  • The prize is as stated, and no cash or other alternative prizes will be offered
  • Only one entry is permissible per person. In the event of multiple submissions by/for the same individual, only the first entry will be counted, with additional ones being discarded
  • The exact time, date and place of the shoot will be communicated and confirmed with the winner following their acceptance of the prize. Travel to and from the shoot on the same day will be included in the prize.
  • The winner agrees to the use of his/ her name and image in any publicity material from PlayOJO. The calendar will be photographed and used for editorial media purposes and for use on PlayOJO’s social media channels
  • Any personal data relating to the winner or any other entrants will be used solely in accordance with current [UK] data protection legislation and will not be disclosed to a third party without the entrant’s prior consent

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