(Some bosses may even be more open to hiring a woman who definitely makes more money than her husband because they may see “stay at home dad” written all over him, whether or not that’s true.) However, other things may have an impact on your career — for example, can you picture him in a tuxedo at a gala dinner?
Will he refuse to wear a suit or more business-type clothes when you go to “bring-a-date” firm events?
(They may not have a diploma, but trust me – they’ve got skills.)
PPS Tickets for the thing in Baltimore are selling really, really fast. Can he make dinner conversation with people on “educated” topics?On a more basic level, are his table manners and his grammar good (or is he open to improving them)?According to the headline, more women should consider “dating down,” a process whereby college educated women explore romantic possibilities with men from a “lower educational or social class.” The article itself includes several profiles of happy couples, each consisting of a man who didn’t graduate from college and a woman who did, and concludes that certain men who didn’t get a college degree just might be a viable option for white-collared women who did. Imagine for a moment, if The Post had attached the same headline to an article that suggested single women looking for love could improve their odds by dating men of a different race. Imagine if the article included interviews with interracial couples wherein white women found happiness with black men.Then, imagine the fallout if The Post concluded – in their headline no less – that more white women should consider “dating down” to achieve the same level of happiness?