(CNBC) — Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest financier of them all?

Look no further than Goldman Sachs, according to an analysis of one dating app’s data.

Goldman employees were 15.8 percent more attractive than the average Hinge user, according to data compiled for CNBC. Workers at Barclays and UBS were close behind.

Profiles on Hinge can include a photo, career and/or educational information. The app asks users to indicate their interest in a person by swiping the subject’s profile to the right or touch a heart button. If the user swipes to the left or touches the other button—an X—that indicates thumbs down.

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