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Please spare me the "it doesn't matter what a guy does for living as long as he love me" speech.I don't see most guys that work in fast food restaurants being popular or wanted by the ladies.(CNN) -- If dating is a numbers game, then single ladies should consider this: A Pew Research Center report this year noted a surge in women between the ages of 30 and 44 making more money than their husbands.Women made more money than men in 22 percent of married couples surveyed in 2007, compared with 4 percent in 1970. But, I am afraid that we may not connect and I hardly meet any, due to my line of work. Lonely Latina from Jersey Dear Lonely Latina from Jersey, To become a corporate attorney a LOT of work was required and serious commitment.
It's generally believed that white collar workers have a higher education, much better pay, a higher ceiling of potential advancement/pay, and more importance to their companies than blue collar workers.This kind of narrative – which does indeed have its basis in fact, I am fully aware and freely admit – has been extant for most of my post-highschool life.Now, to be sure, and to be fair, we have to enter a few things into the official record: one, as noted above, yes, there are more college-educated, professional and higher earning Sistas, than there are Brothas, in absolute numbers.That means you take all you do in life very seriously—so why wouldn’t you want a wonderful hardworking man who is willing to commit.Truth be told, I believe men are men, whether they are white collar or blue collar doesn’t make a difference.
Look at celebrities who date other celebrities—don’t necessarily work, right?