Yes because It would mean she is focused and career driven but as long as its not a case of my job defines me or I'm married to the job its a bonus for me. Women with postgraduate studies tend to be more rational in my opinion that is what makes a brainy girl so much more attractive.
They also tend to value the few moments you have together and also your effort in helping with paying for bills since they experience the hardship of having a demanding career. They will less likely blow your money on unnecessary luxeries like a beautician or someone with a basic secondery education would do.
My husband made a little over 6 grand in December. That's with over a week off work for Christmas and new years. I made about $500. I don't think the amount of money or success someone has should define a relationship. What matters is a common goal defined by both and respect for eachother to be maintained
My wife and I have both a masters degree. There was rarely more than 10% difference between our respective wages (big exception: when we had both our degree and she got a real pay while I was drafted and started with a soldiers' pay in the army.)
Yeah, I would but not if they were uptight or had a snobby personality. She would also have to be ok with me not giving a crap about money as well. Meaning, I'm never going to make the same amount of money or more than she is, most likely ever. Because it's not important to me.
Maybe if I can't give up my career and be the "stay at home" dad, then I can work out daily for hours and practice playing my stratocaster so I'll be good enough to play a local club when the kids are teenagers off doing their own things.
To begin with, nobody has a more responsible job than I do (CNA). Better paid, maybe, but not more responsible. I work for PhDs who aren't as educated as I am, except in their narrow little field. Still, I've never gotten close to dating someone with an advanced degree. Not that I wouldn't, but that's just the way things have gone.