Keep dating broke guys
So unless more guys start to fill in the income information, the inconsistency and lack of income data screws up any relative comparisons we’re trying to make.Guys don’t have this disadvantage because nearly all girls put pictures up! Dating sites should require that guys say how much money they make so girls a can make relative comparisons just like guys do with our pictures.Girls will trade out looks for money at a certain point whereas guys never will.
They say if a girl put a picture up, it’s a huge red flag.
For women though, if the man in the bottom ten percent in terms of looks earns more than 8,500, they will prefer him over the more attractive guy earning ,000.” I can appreciate these observations, but it’s now clear that girls are getting hosed when it comes to this online dating stuff. Ok fine, maybe he left it blank because he’s modest or temporarily unemployed, or maybe he works for a non-profit.
For those of you who’ve never been on these sites (or at least tell people you haven’t), there’s usually a place for guys to enter their income on their dating profile, it looks like this on match.com: So now we know this guy’s an English speaking liberal dancer who loves dogs, awesome. Whatever the case is, girls are left making of assumptions about a guy’s career since a lot of them don’t indicate how much money they make.
Maybe you should quit putting your picture up if it is that important and agree to switch a picture for their W-2/tax return? If they don’t have a pic though, I’m not interested.
I wouldn’t be upset if the woman made as much or had a career path that allowed them to make a good income but if you’re just looking to be financially supported good luck! Not because I’m just interested in looks either, but a person who puts their pic up seems more invested in meeting someone.