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What Career Path Leads to Success on Survivor?

Posted by Sean Falconer on March 28, 2016

Recently we wrote about what career has been historically most successful on The Bachelor. In this post, we turn our attention to reality TV's most well known strategic competition show Survivor

Survivor has been on the air since 2000. With 32 seasons (roughly two per year), almost 500 people have played Survivor. 

Each season, we see similar casting types and archetypes. Fans of the show know that CBS casting loves to create diverse casts of models, farmers, struggling actors, doctors, lawyers, and beauty queens.

But who gets cast the most? Are some careers better suited for Survivor challenges than others? Does your career impact your performance? 

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What Career Choices Win The Bachelor?

Posted by Caileen Kehayas on March 14, 2016

Two weeks ago, when Ben Higgins sent Caila home, you could almost hear software salespeople’s hearts break throughout the country.  Ben Higgins, a software salesperson, had felt an instant connection to Caila, also a software salesperson.  Even in the strange, accelerated world of The Bachelor, having a commonality like this can help kick start a relationship.  

This got us thinking: what career choices have led to the most past winners and runners-up? 

Is there a certain profession that gives a contestant an edge?  Is there an occupation we see more than others?  

To answer this question, we sifted through twenty seasons of the hit ABC reality show. We tallied the occupations of the bachelor, the winner of the final rose and the runner-up.

Continue reading to see the breakdown of careers by each season or you can skip ahead to the results and find out  what profession is most successful on the Bachelor. Hint: It's not Chicken Enthusiasts. 

Bonus: Check out our FREE job descriptions!

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