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Professional dating

Reports indicate that one in six marriages now results from an initial encounter online. Amidst the growing demand for dating services in general, there is a substantial niche for professional dating. Dozens of reputable dating services cater for all segments of the single population, but which one is right for you as a professional person?

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With online dating playing such a prominent role in relationships today, it is inevitable that different dating services should serve different needs and objectives. While some dating sites cater for singles who are not looking for anything serious, other services are used by men and women who are in search of commitment and a partner: these could be described as relationship sites.

Parship has established itself as a leading relationship site thanks to its scientifically based matching process, which has a unique compatibility test at its heart.

In general, trustworthy dating services require you to register, provide some personal information and pay a subscription of access to full details on other members or to on-site communications systems. Some sites cater for people who simply want to chat and flirt, others are designed for people looking for a quick fling, but an increasing number of dating services are for people who are looking for a serious relationship – many of them professionals.

One that is serious about relationships

Parship offers something different from other dating services. The service is for single men and women who are looking for a potential partner – and for people who have high expectations of life and of a relationship. Many of them are professional people who expect the standards ensured by a professional dating service.

Your first step on Parship is to take a unique free compatibility test, which is based on 30 years of academic research into relationships. On the basis of your test results, and the search criteria you set, you are matched with recommended partners; these are people whose profiles are compatible with yours in terms of their personality, their aspirations, their activities and their interests. Although profiles are anonymous, among the key details you can view each person’s profession.

As a relationship site that takes its work seriously, Parship matches potential couples on the basis of the compatibility between the two individuals’ personalities, lifestyle, interests and aspirations. Also playing a role in the matching process are criteria set by the individual member (e.g. location, age, children) and photos can also have a place to play of Parship – but only on a one-on-one basis and only once the two of you have made contact. The essence of Parship is that it is a relationship site which encourages its members to look deeper and so find someone who is genuinely compatible with them.

As a professional person, you will appreciate that part of Parship’s professional dating service is a special emphasis on security and discretion: each member profile is checked before it goes live and, unlike most other dating services, members exchange photos exclusively on a one-to-one basis.

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Parship helps you find someone who really is right for you - someone to build a future with. 

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Parship’s matching compares 30 essential personality characteristics and recommends potential partners who balance and complement you. 

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