It doesn't matter if he lives with his parents and is unemployed or just working a non-professional job such as McDonalds or a Grocery store, has a car at least, not exactly self-sufficient, fully independent yet, financially responsible yet, etc.
Meanwhile as a guy gets older, like mid to late 20's and for the rest of his life, sure he still needs those traits, attributes, that I mentioned earlier, but he now additionally needs to have a professional job, as in a career job, a job that provides financial stability or just pays well above minimum-wage, has his own place or at least not living with his parents anymore, fully self-sufficient, self-reliant, has to meet the provider category role more so than ever before.
People argue and say that it should get easier for men to attract women as they get older due to becoming more established in life, more financially stable, having his life together, etc., While yes I do see that point, but once a guy becomes well established, financially stable, he has a lot more responsibilities going on, has more work to do, more chores, less freedom due to more errands to run, and it looks or feels that the main type of women he will be attracting are either gold-diggers or women that are looking to get married, settle down or start a family, meanwhile the guy could not want any of that yet, he still wants to date and have casual relationships, wants to play the field.
Most Helpful Girl
It all depends on the guy.
Most Helpful Guy
Just date younger girls. Yes, if you start dating girls who are 25+, marriage and family are much larger considerations for them. Can't blame them, because they have a finite shelf life, to put it crassly. There's no shortage of people out there playing the field, that's for sure. The only thing more difficult about meeting girls after college is the relatively scarcity of social contact with girls. Bars and clubs are no substitute for a college campus.