"What do you do for a living?" is a classic getting-to-know-you question that usually comes after "What's your name?" (Gold-diggers, however, start with the former.) The ugly truth is that our jobs determine our hotness level.
You could be cute as a button but when she finds out that you're a D.T. (Dakilang Tambay), she'll think, "He's cute but..." On the other hand, you could be really fugly but when she learns that you're an effing CEO, she might consider you as "may hitsura rin."
And it's not just the girls who are guilty of this. Admit it: Career is also part of your hotness criteria when rating girls. In fact, you may not remember all of your dates' names, instead you refer to them as "the nurse," "the accountant," "the call center agent." So let's not be hypocrites here. We're not saying some jobs are above others but we have our favorites, right?
FHM celebrates Labor Day 2014 of by listing the hottest jobs and their sexiest representatives. These women are hot by themselves but their jobs just make them extra awesome. Here’s why:
1) NURSES AND DOCTORS
There's something about these cute and caring creatures in dainty white uniforms that makes us suddenly want to faint in their arms. Aside from being heroes who save lives, they are patient, highly-intelligent, and emotionally strong (not to mention knowledgeable in safe sex practices). Talk about wife material.
Nurses in the Philippines are the selfless few who find joy in helping others, despite the low pay. Lucky for us we have an oversupply of nurses, which means we have a great chance of dating one of them. Yay!
So don't fret, dear Pinay nurses. Despite the salary and all the stress, for us you're still DA BEST!
Speaking of sexy, here's probably the sexiest nurse alive. Imagine how long the lines of male patients would be if she's on duty.
And when your doctor is this hot, you wouldn’t mind getting “examined” every day.
Photos from Cosmopolitan
Dra. Maricar Concepcion Reyes-Poon graduated with a B.S. Biology from the Ateneo de Manila University and studied medicine at the University of Santo Tomas. She passed the medical licensure exam in 2008. Three words: Hot, hot, hot!
Strong, hard-working, highly intelligent, and powerful: The legal profession is undoubtedly one of the most glamorous and highest-paying careers.
But it's also the most difficult, with only a 22.18-percent passing rate as of the 2013 Bar Exams. That's even after the Supreme Court lowered the passing grade from 75 to 73.
Reading a single Law book from cover to cover alone is a struggle, and lawyers have to memorize these books for the rest of their career. That's why no matter what we think of these lie-yers, we gotta respect them for their discipline and hard work. And female lawyers? They're the perfect evidence of substance and grace under pressure, beyond reasonable doubt.
Photos from pinay.com
Binibining Pilipinas-Universe 2007 Ana Theresa Luy Licaros is now a practicing lawyer. The alpha female graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Communication at the University of the Philippines (UP) Diliman, garnering an almost perfect General Weighted Average (GWA) of 1.161. Whoah!
Despite her beauty queen career, she still managed to graduate Cum Laude and Salutatorian at the UP College of Law. She currently works as a legal counsel for Meralco. Beauty and brains, indeed!
Photos from Top Gear
You first saw her in May 2012 during the Senate Impeachment Hearing for the former Chief Justice, Renato Corona. Though we had no idea about all the legal stuff they were talking about, we watched the boring deliberations anyway because of this cutie.
Atty.Karen Olivia V. Jimeno-McBride also graduated as Magna Cum Laude and was awarded the Dean’s Medal for Academic Excellence at the UP College of Law. She finished her Master of Laws degree at Harvard Law School in 2011. Double huwaw!
Atty. Karen is currently a member of the New York State Bar, a professor of Law specializing in Banking and Taxation, a host for Solar TV's Legal Help Desk, and the Head of Communications and External Affairs of the Office of the Presidential Adviser for Rehabilitation and Recovery (OPARR).