Ever wonder if the line of work someone is in, increases their propensity to cheat? Here is a list of jobs where cheating is the highest.

If you've ever watched the first three minutes of 'The Wolf of  Wall Street', you might think all Wall Street brokers, how shall I put this, promiscuous. Believe it or not, there's a connection between having lots of money and lots of opportunities for sex.

IllicitEncounters.com is one of the big websites for people looking for affairs, and they just analyzed what jobs are most common for their members.  In other words, which professions have the most people looking to cheat on their significant others.

Here's the list:

1.  Banking and finance, 18%.

2.  Management and HR, 12%.

3.  Self-employed, 8%.

4.  Engineering and IT, 6%.

5.  Accounting, 5%.

6.  Sales and marketing, 4%.

7.  Government / healthcare and medical and legal, 3%

8.  Advertising / media / design / education / science and retired, 2%.

9.  Customer service  / administration / hotels and tourism and retail, 1%.

What profession do you think has the most propensity to cheat?

(Daily Mail)