Although the deception (or fidelity) may be just around the corner for everyone, those whose work involves physical contact with other people tend to have higher divorce rate than the rest.

A study released in the U.S., where he studied the divorce rate for 2009, show that there are professionals in caregiving (or services of "hospitality" as care or massage) have higher rates of marital breakdown that rest.

Workers who perform their tasks at night tend to have more problems, according to a site specializing in these issues of AOL. Many times, the loneliness of their duties (for example, janitors in buildings) makes it difficult to develop lasting relationships.

The dancers are the most problems have to preserve their marriage. According to the American study, 43% of them end up divorced. Although fewer men, the proportion is repeated among the gentlemen dancers.

The second occupation with the highest propensity for divorce is "bartenders." Among drinks served boys and girls, 38% of those who prepare drinks and talk to their clients end their marriage before the rest. Among the / the massage, it is the same: 38% are divorced.

The gaming industry is also complicated. Both those who work in banks and in the tables have divorce rates of 30%. Industrial workers, or going to a factory run with the same fate: 29% of divorces.

Contrary to the belief that celebrity is more willing to break relations, termination of marriage between athletes and those working in entertainment is 28%. Is lower than nurses (or nurses), who divorce in 28% of cases.

More than a quarter of the telemarketers (28%), young (27%) and cleaners (26%) also incurred in this situation.

The U.S. divorce rate in 2009 was 10%.

The experts consulted in the United States indicate that therapists and nurses have to work long hours and high dose of stress. They spend little time with their families. Attendees at tasks of "hospitality", as waiters, maids or workers in the game have work schedules "irregular" and often contact people when their customers are resting.

Beyond spending more time with coworkers than with your family, economic pressure is not enough because the money is always a crucial factor.

Source Clarin