The latest iteration of 'The Bachelorette' is in full swing, and as we've watched the newest parade of men competing for Philadelphia dentist Ashley Hebert's heart (and for the opportunity to be a famous engaged couple for at least two months), we couldn't help but notice the guys chosen for 'The Bachelorette' are successful in ways the ladies who compete on 'The Bachelor' are not.

This isn't to say the plethora of assistants, secretaries, receptionists and nannies featured on 'The Bachelor' aren't hardworking, intelligent and wonderful women. It is to say that the men featured on the show seem to have "striver" jobs -- careers that make them seem very successful, upwardly mobile and, dare we say it, wealthy.

When a man competing on 'The Bachelorette' doesn't have one of these striver jobs, he apologizes. In this season's premiere, Anthony, that adorable butcher right out of 'Moonstruck,' actually apologized for having a lowly job where he cuts meat.