Besides ranking the occupations, the Zippia team also noted a several interesting takeaways and trends. For instance, many of the professions that made the list are in industries with fairly high turnover rates, which suggests people who pursue them may by more focused on advancing their careers over dedicating time to relationships. A good chunk of the jobs also have a commission element, which may compel people to work longer hours to make more money, and thus not save time for maintaining a relationship.
And while the team didn't rank occupations most common among people in relationships, they did pluck a few interesting stats. Specifically, taxi driver is one of the least common occupations for single men, with just 7% reporting as such at age 40. For women, chiropractors are most likely to be in a relationship (just 14% reported being single).
Then again, as Zippia points out, it's becoming more and more common to remain single longer by choice, for a whole host of reasons. So, give it a bit of time, and this list may look quite a bit different. In the meantime, hopefully someone is working on a matchmaking service just for tile installers.