In a recent infidelity survey done by AshleyMadison.com
-- a dating site for married people looking to have affairs --
a cheating husband is likely in his 40s, been married for over 10 years and has two children over 10 years old.
Of the 11,453 fathers surveyed (all of whom have accounts on the website), the largest percentage of would-be cheaters are in the IT/Engineering field, a career that has been increasing in recent times.
Here's the full round-up of occupations that has the most cheating husbands:
Financial Industry (8.2%)
What about cheating wives? In May, the site polled 2,865 of their married female members and found that the typical cheating married woman was in her 30s, married for five years or less, and had a daughter under three years old. She is also likely to be a teacher, a stay-home mom or working in the medical industry.
However, those figures are for the countries in the West such as USA and Australia. To be more relevant to the Asian continent, or rather Singapore, current statistics point to around 60% males and 40% females of those who cheat on their spouse, with the percentage of cheating wives on the rise over the past few years.