Lo wouldn’t say how things turned out for her on the show.
We looked at over 20 million matches and here’s what we found. Right off the bat you’ll probably notice that for men, professional degrees (i.e., MD, MBA, JD) garner a higher percentage of likes than those with more general graduate degrees (i.e., Ph D, Master’s).
In fact, having a Ph D or master’s seems to have no impact on men’s popularity at all!
And it’s pretty clear that those professional degree holders know what’s up — they PASS on their Bagels the most frequently.
A Spackenkill High School graduate will appear Tuesday on a reality dating television program premiering on FOX.
Brittany Lo, who grew up in the Town of Poughkeepsie, is one of 12 women on “Coupled.” The new show is set on the Caribbean island of Anguilla and is produced by Emmy Award-winner Mark Burnett of “Survivor” and “Shark Tank” fame.“I figure a guy who puts himself out there on national TV has a lot of guts,” Lo said.
“And that’s a good guy for me.”A New York City resident, Lo is 24 and graduated from Spackenkill High School in 2010. Her father, Herman Lo, is a candidate for the Spackenkill Union Free School District Board of Education in Tuesday’s election.Last year, Lo’s cousin nominated her to be on another reality dating show, ABC's “The Bachleor.” The program called Lo but, she said, “it just wasn’t the right fit for me.”Then she saw an online ad for “Coupled.” “I went for it and applied,” she said.Joking aside, what you may not know is that we are indeed, statistically, a favorite among highly educated professionals.Believe it or not, over 25% of our member base has a master’s degree or higher.Compare that to the national average of people with master’s degrees or higher at 12%, you guys are a bunch of smarty pants!Naturally, we were curious to see if having a graduate degree has any correlation to a member’s attractiveness and preferences.