I recently read somewhere, probably incorrectly, that this was one of the sexiest careers a man can have. It occurs to me that the society in which we live places so much value on the amount of money that we earn, it forgets entirely the absolute banality of how that money is earned. The mundane daily drudgery that we ordinarily pull ourselves through just to subsist is glorified as long as the financial rewards are high enough. The fact that I have chosen to depart from this game entirely and am seeking my own path should, at least in my less-than-humble opinion, be revered as brave.
About That Time I Tried To Date A Man Who Was Broke And Unemployed
The Time I Dated A Broke And Unemployed Man | MadameNoire
Speaking of labor, I saw an interesting survey from Zoosk that might provide solace for unemployed daters: This was actually a conflict with another finding in the Zoosk survey: My new favorite channel, Discovery ID, has a series called Who the Bleep Did I Marry , and many stories involve the groom faking income or a hard-core job to seduce the bride. Unemployment Has Negative Connotations People associate employment with high intelligence and motivation. Having goals and aspirations is attractive — sometimes we look at a career as a tangible representation of that spirit.
Unemployed Men Undesirable To Women, "It's Just Lunch" Survey Finds
There is nothing wrong with being unemployed these days. But it is another thing to be unemployed and broke, content with your situation, and pursuing a woman. This is where we have a problem.
By Katie Bindley It's not unusual for people looking for a relationship to keep a mental checklist of qualities they absolutely require in a a partner. But a recent survey by the dating service "It's Just Lunch" found that there's one box in particular that straight women want checked: Of the single women surveyed, 75 percent said they'd have a problem with dating someone without a job. Only 4 percent of respondents asked whether they would go out with an unemployed man answered "of course.