Dating profile salary
This is because the company has a strict policy on who gets to join, and they trawl a potential applicant’s Facebook and Linked In profiles to judge if they make the grade.They look at age, profession, where you were educated and to what level, and how many people you already know on the platform.Only once these things have been taken into consideration does a person get approval, and once in they are promised access to the most desirable singles in the world. Discussing their ideal user, founder David Vermeulen said: “We focus on those aged 25-45 who are well educated, who come from ‘inspiring and ambitious’ professions.“We aim to have a mix of those from creative industries as well as more traditional professions such as banking or city workers and those in unusual jobs like pilots.”David was keen to stress that these were guidelines only and it was up to the team to make a judgement call on whether or not someone would be a good fit.He said: “We definitely do have people younger than 25- models for example who start their careers young and are already highly successful by this age.“Equally if you are over 45, say 46 or 47, and you are good looking and connected with a great career, we won’t turn you away just because you missed the age cut-off by a little.“And we also place high value on your social connections so if we see that you have lots of friends already on the site then you will get approved faster.”But surely all this does is encourage people to stick in their small social sphere, only dating people just like themselves.
David thinks that rather than encouraging snobbery and a limited worldview, it is offering people a greater chance at long-lasting love.
He said: “I do think that ‘opposites attract’ but in the end what people do want is to meet like-minded people.“And it is working- because we get baby cards every week in the office from people thanking us for bringing them together.“We even have a ‘baby card’ wall!
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