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The research found that women were more concerned with men being "engaged in an activity" rather than having a huge paycheck."Even at my age, 75, and dating if you can believe it if a man is not employed, volunteering, involved in life it's a deal breaker," Patricia Weaver, a 75-year-old film maker said in a statement.Other women are afraid that dating an unemployed man will come with financial obligations."While my heart goes out to people who are unemployed or under-employed in this economy," said another woman, Carole Bartholomeaux, in the press release. He enjoys his government job, loves playing sports, going hiking and spending time with his German Shepherd. Should someone’s financial stability be a deal breaker?He’s looking for a woman who is outgoing and philosophical. In an age where people enter serious relationships with more financial baggage and where you can curate online dating profiles based on spending habits, financial experts argue that money matters when it comes to love.

Now here’s the problem – he’s 31 and has not finished his degree (I have two post graduate degrees), has not kept a stable job for more than 12 consecutive months (in fact he quit his job last week just because he didn’t like his boss anymore), has no assets, no savings, no investment and still needs to pay off his student loan. Two examples of great men who make less than their wives: A high-school history teacher and soccer coach who has a Masters degree.

I think this is a great question — I’ve been there on both counts, and I think it’s something that can be unique to overachieving chicks. (And apologies in advance for every time I say “he” or “the guy” — I really do just mean the person you’re dating, but it can be so much more awkward to write.) First, let me start by saying that in the beginning, I wanted a guy who was “more” than me — taller, smarter, richer, more successful.

(Hey, I’ll admit it.) After a few years on the New York dating scene that was whittled down to “taller” — and I was even flexible on that point.

“Feel free to have your way with whomever your partner is; but don’t hitch your cart to a horse headed into a ditch,” says Gail Vaz-Oxlade, money guru and author of .

“What you’re marrying is someone’s character and their financial behaviour is a reflection of their character.

I decided to get back into the dating world and I met this guy online – four weeks ago. But a big worry for me is that is has absolutely no stability or consistency in his life. The teacher is the man who married my Georgetown law educated cousin.

I am a 30-year old entrepreneur with my own online fashion store…soon to open my first physical boutique. The user-interface guy is the man who married my Duke educated sister. You need a man who makes you feel safe, heard, and understood. He’s incredibly sweet and generous to me and almost too into me (we have known each other for a while as friends and he’s recently been pushing for a sexual/exclusive relationship), hard working at his very low paying job that makes him happy, but only really has ambitions to make maybe 30K a year or lower and he’d be content with that.

However, the survey revealed that men were far more open-minded when it comes to dating a woman without a job.

The survey revealed that almost two out of every three men are open to dating a woman without a job with 19 percent saying that there was no problem at all and 46 percent saying that they would but was also interested in knowing how the women spent their time.

Still, I had particular problems dating other people in the same field as me because my competitive instincts came out, and if a guy hadn’t approached things exactly the same way that I had, then I had respect issues. Do you respect the person you’re dating and his or her career choices?

And I think that brings us to the first topic: – Respect. Does a career that pays less, or requires less time, rate lower in your eyes? If you find yourself rolling your eyes when he explains things to you about his career or his job, it may be time to move on.