Workaholics aren't the only ones who are in danger of having their marriage fall apart.

You hear people blame their divorce on a myriad of things: infidelity, lack of communication, or the sense that they're no longer in love with their partner. Career choice doesn't usually enter the conversationbut maybe it should. Statistician Nathan Yau used data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s Five-Year American Community Survey to tease out which occupations are tied to the highest divorce rates, and he uncovered some pretty interesting trends.

Yau's analysis of the link between divorce rate and profession is especially intriguing, because it seems that people who've opted for certain careers have a much higher than average chance of getting divorced. Here's a look at which occupations are linked to a high divorce rate, as well as some theories about why these jobs might put your marriage at risk.