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Its parent company is Nucom Group, a joint venture between a joint venture of German mass media company ProSiebenSat

Its parent company is Nucom Group, a joint venture between a joint venture of German mass media company ProSiebenSat

  • Religion – looks at religion next because it claims like-minded individuals often share similar religious views and it is important for couples to believe in the same things when building a strong relationship.
  • Children – couples with different desires for children tend to have more problems in relationships. It also matches members who are looking for no children, since people with the same expectations fare better in relationships
  • Hobbies – tests your hobbies since it claims happy couples come from those who can anticipate actions and reactions because they share common interests.
  • Occupation – matches members together based on its’ compatibility formula, which is partially based on occupation. eHarmony also tries to match members with people who have similar jobs/careers due to a study that like-minded individuals tend to gravitate towards those with similar jobs. It also tests if you have a blue-collar or white-collar job.
  • Gender – uses gender to match members together because it claims happy couples come from people who share the same core values. It also measures if you are looking for someone of the opposite sex or its’ other option (gay/lesbian).
  • Politics – looks at politics next because it is important to be on the same political side in order to build a strong relationship. This is why it tests your political views and preferences.
  • Smoking Preference – matches its members based on it’s compatibility formula, which is partially based on smoking preferences. Nastavi sa čitanjem