dentistsDentists are the second most likely professionals to complain on social media, new research shows.

Serenata Flowers has analysed the trends and social media activity of over 84,000 professionals currently in the top 10 industries.

Professionals most likely to tweet words such as ‘complain’, ‘disappointment’ and ‘disgrace’ include:

  1. Bankers (0.12%)
  2. Dentists (0.09%)
  3. Accountants (0.09%)
  4. Doctors (0.05%)
  5. Nurses (0.05%)
  6. Software developers (0.05%)
  7. Chefs (0.04%)
  8. Builders (0.04%)
  9. Sales managers (0.04%)
  10. Teachers (0%).

Selfless

Dentists are also the most likely professionals to send selfless tweets that include the words ‘you’, ‘yours’ and ‘them’.

The survey looks at more than 90,000 tweets across the UK and the USA, categorising common language.

Top 10 professionals most likely to write selfless tweets include:

  1. Dentists (41.05%)
  2. Teachers (38.11%)
  3. Accountants (37.87%)
  4. Builders (36.99%)
  5. Nurses (33.87%)
  6. Sales managers (33.71%)
  7. Chefs (32.37%)
  8. Doctors (29.73%)
  9. Software developers (28.78%)
  10. Bankers (27.95%).

Booziest party animals

Dentists are the least likely professionals to write tweets that include words such as ‘beer’, ‘gin’ and ‘whiskey’.

They are also the second least likely to include words such as ‘pub’ and ‘#fridayfeeling’ in their tweets too.

The booziest professionals include:

  1. Chefs (6.61%)
  2. Teachers (6.47%)
  3. Sales managers (5%)
  4. Software developers (4.4%)
  5. Bankers (4.28%)
  6. Accountants (4.17%)
  7. Nurses (4.13%)
  8. Doctors (3.94%)
  9. Builders (3.79%)
  10. Dentists (3.69%).

You can view all the results by visiting www.serenataflowers.com/en/uk/flowers/floral/language-personality.

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