I am 24 and I already have 4 degrees. A bachelors, a masters, a diploma and military training degree. Would regular men won't prefer me because of this? I see the only guys talking to me are scientists or engineers or doctors but I usually see that musicians, DJ's, party loving guys go away once I tell them about my job and education. I sniif the problem with this is my education and job. Is it?
Hell no. I want a smart girl that questions things and wonders about the world. The only reason they might be put off is because they probably think you're out of their league.
Most people that party are people who spent their time AWAY from college, because they couldn't keep up or chose to be careless through life, and assume that someone with that kind of education is just chatting to avoid boredom.
I don't know about other guys but being an educated lady is damn must for me. I don't give 2 fucks if she's smarter than me either. But I do think at your age with that many educational accomplishments the dating pool in finding someone equal to yourself will be a bit small. I for one have a hard time finding a lady with such intelligence such as your self in the dating world.
The amount of formal education shouldn't have anything to do with attraction but if that's the first thing that she tells people. "I am 24 and I already have 4 degrees. A bachelors, a masters, a diploma and military training degree. "
That's a bit on the side of boastful. Can't say that's a quality people like.
I didn't vote but I do have a recommendation. I'm guessing that you're justifiably proud of your accomplishments but I would suggest that you leave relating them until a little later in the courting process. I wouldn't include them in an online dating profile. I'm not saying that men go for dumb broads--nothing could be farther from the truth. I'm just saying that the fun loving party animals are easily intimidated.
It is not necessarily that they are intimidated by the success, but by their previous experience with such women and what they see and read about them. Many feel that such women would be unhappy with someone not as successful as her. They also see that many successful women tend to be, "snarky," which men hate with a passion.
I don't want to date a dumb girl, I want to date a smart creative girl. The best thing for me would be a girl who has a great job she loves, and can help me build my dreams that are less easy to be successful at.
if you don't like a women or girl being smart the that's kinda messed up, I would rather be with someone who is as smart or smarter then me, not just in grades or diplomas but in a way of having deeper conversations about different things life, economics, etc.
Actually I love intelligent women, as long as they aren't cocky or arrogant then I'm fine with them. It probably has nothing to do with your degree's to be honest, if there is a problem it's with you most likely not with the titles you hold.
Doesn't matter to me about her educational background, as long as she has a decent head on her shoulders that's fine. So i would still date a girl with your background, as long as I get on with you, and also attracted to you.
Of course the party boys are turned off. They assume you only date guys with a similar degree or with a lot of cash. Most men would just assume you'd never date a guy who makes more money than he does. If you like party boys it's never gonna happen unless you keep your education quiet.
My wife has four degrees to my one degree. Not a problem at all.
How much detail do you go into when you tell them about your job and degrees? You may come off as intimidating or stuck up (whether it's fair or not).
I was a police officer. I quickly realized I couldn't tell women what I did for a living. For some reason, it turned a lot of them off as a first impression. On first meetings, if it came up, I would just say I was a civil servant. I would tell them later, if things progressed well. If the questions persisted, I would fib a bit and say I was a trash collector. Oddly, this was sometimes better received than being a cop. Go figure.
Because they know the vast majority of women want somebody better than them. They know they don't have the money or better education and know that 99 percent of women with a higher education wouldn't want them.