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A new survey found out just which jobs women and men in Minnesota found most attractive-- and it's good news for Minnesota's Med City.

When it comes to picking a profession, most Minnesotans are likely looking for a vocation they're interested in, one that comes with plenty of employment opportunities and one that pays a decent salary.

But what about finding a job or profession the opposite (or same) sex thinks is attractive? There ARE some jobs that are much more attractive to Minnesota women and men. And, they're not the same.

The most recent survey from jobs/career site, Zippia, has just compiled a list of the jobs that Minnesota women and men find most attractive. Zippia said they "surveyed 1,000 workers to find out what jobs they think are the hottest…and which they think are just plain not," the site said.

The results? Well, while women and men in Minnesota have very different ideas about what jobs they want in a romantic partner, it's generally pretty good news for the 41,000 folks who are employed by Mayo Clinic here in Rochester. Take a look at the results:  doctors and nurses are in the top five most attractive jobs for both women and men.

Jobs Women Find Most Attractive in a Romantic Partner

  1. Doctors
  2. Lawyers
  3. Carpenters
  4. Enginers
  5. Project Managers

Now compare those with the results that Zippia compiled about the jobs men think are the most attractive:

Jobs Men Find Most Attractive in a Romantic Partner

  1. Nurses
  2. Elementary School Teachers
  3. Doctors
  4. Secretaries
  5. Lawyers

You can check out the full Zippia survey, which lists 15 more jobs both men and women find attractive HERE. And, of course, while you're at it, keep scrolling to check out the highest-paying jobs here in Minnesota as well!

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KEEP READING: The 30 Highest Paying Jobs in Minnesota

If you're thinking about going back to school to pursue a new career you should definitely consider one of the jobs listed below. Zippia used data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics to determine the highest paying jobs in the state. Keep scrolling to see who is cashing in.