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Plus, they owe a trillion dollars in student loans. And still, we push a four-year college degree as the best way for the most people to find a successful career?
Recently, wrote, “There are 49 percent more college-educated women in DC, age 24 and younger, than college-educated men.
Americans typically marry within their same educational level, so it’s no wonder dating can be downright awful for women.” To the chagrin of women like me who don’t give a lick about degrees (and even prefer so-called “blue collar” men), the expert concluded, “The long term solution is to get more men to attend college.
We all know or have been the girl who didn’t go on a second or third date with a perfectly suitable potential love interest because there was no “spark.” As a male character in “He’s Just Not That Into You” told the chronically single female character, “The ‘spark’ thing is bullshit. You all thrive on it because you all love drama.” It’s true that many women have convinced themselves that uneasiness or drama constitutes passion—a supposed must-have for any relationship.
Guys invented the spark so they could not call and treat you kind of badly and keep you guessing and then convince you that that anxiety and that fear that just develops naturally was actually just a spark. While passion is wonderful, it’s not necessarily the most solid foundation for a successful relationship.
Rowe often talks about the “skills gap”—the millions of jobs that can’t be filled because Americans just don’t have the necessary skills.
Often I’ve heard women complain that there are no “real men” left, men who hold open doors, can change a tire or fix a leaky pipe.
” Using this common sense logic, why would we encourage men and women down a path that may not lead to success, just to even out percentages?
The advice single women should be getting is to throw away a must-have list based on stereotypes about certain jobs.
If you’re a single woman, there’s no doubt you’ve heard enough advice from well-meaning friends and family about how to meet Mr. The money made on dieting advice only rivals the amount of money made on dating advice.
Both aim to convince us that everything else we’ve read is wrong or that we can trick our bodies and brains into wanting something better than what we’ve had in the past.
Granted, there may be fewer of these men in the DC area, but what gets left out of the discussion is that the women complaining aren’t exactly exceling in their traditional roles either.