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Dating site tips / Tuesday, January 30th, 2018

Careers Best Suited for Online Dating?

Let’s face it. Some people have worked very hard to achieve the success in the career that they have. For example, a doctor has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars and countless years on his education. Is it fair that women tend to select a doctor as a potential mate based on nothing more than their career?

Yes and no.

My experience with using dating coupons for eHarmony leads me to believe that men who have prominent careers such as attorneys or doctors tend to do very well in the dating arena. That is, assuming they have their shit together. There are some introverts who make hundreds of thousands of dollars a year that couldn’t get a date no matter what.

Watch this video and see if you can’t tell why I’m writing this blog post:

So while personality and charisma play important roles – how much a guy makes is unfortunately a “must have” criteria for many women, even if they refuse to admit to it.

So why sweat the small stuff?

Well, therein lies the rub. If you don’t have the greatest career, then what’s a guy to do?

Fortunately there’s an answer. eHarmony tends to attract people who care about what’s on the inside – not how much money they make, or what kind of car they drive. Yes, there are people out there like that, and I’m sure there are many women on eHarmony who care more about money and cars than they do personality – but those are the outliers. The average person who pays a premium for an online dating site (even if they used a coupon), is psychologically committed to finding love. They have an open mind and are willing to accept someone who isn’t a doctor or lawyer.

What can you do for the future?

If not having a high-paying job is bothering you that much, why not go back to college? Many women (myself including) place “ambition” on the same level as “success” when it comes to a guy. Everyone took different paths in life – some got to where they wanted to be quicker than others.

So, if you still think your lackluster career at McDonalds is the reason why you’re not able to get any dates, stop complaining and do something about it. Go back to community college – adults can get many scholarships and financial aid. There are plenty of career counseling services that can help you get on track to getting the skill set you’ll need to finally get a good job.

The point I’m trying to make here, is just do it.

Or sit back and complain why you think your career is preventing you from dating the girl of your dreams.

It’s your choice.