Unemployed and male? According to science, getting a date could be just as hard as your job search. Well, 42 percent of women would consider it. But 33 percent said there was no chance, while the other 25 percent said they would go on a date with a jobless guy.
Women Don't Date Unemployed Men. But The Other Way Around Is OK?
Dating Chances Bleak for Unemployed | Job Search
Our economy has been in—or hovering just above—the toilet for some time now, and both presidential candidates have talked about unemployment until they're blue in the face. But it appears Americans have been missing the real problem with people not having jobs: it's not that they can't pay their bills, it's that they can't get dates. Well, actually, it's really only than unemployed men can't get dates, according to a new study. Ladies are still in demand whether they have steady income or not.
75 Percent of Women Say They Won't Date Unemployed Men
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Even in the face of today's tough economy and high unemployment rate, a new study revealed that it is still no excuse: in dating, unemployment is a deal breaker, particularly for straight women. Of course it's not uncommon for people looking for a relationship to keep a mental checklist of qualities required of their potential lovers, but a recent survey revealed that a whopping 75 percent of straight women had problems with dating an unemployed man. The survey, sponsored by dating site " It's Just Lunch " surveyed single women and found that only 4 percent of respondents answered "of course" when asked whether they would go out with an unemployed man, while the other 21 percent said "Yes" but were curious to see how the men were doing in the meantime.