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I have to say getting a stable job is definitely the easier of the two, unless you're lucky that is. Focus on getting yourself a career and financial stability to where you don't need or have to rely on a partner first. That way, you're independent and can take care of yourself, with or without a partner. Then find a way to balance your time, in and outside of work so you have a life (hobbies, interests, friends, etc). If you're lucky, a relationship will naturally come in between all of that. With finding a partner, you have to invest your time, energy, money (dates, dating profiles, clothes/outfits for dates, transportation, etc) and even then it's hit or miss! You can spend weeks, months, even years trying to find someone and have no luck!
Really, my experience is the opposite. Where I struggle is getting hookups.
Well you're the exception, lol.I can get a job no problem. Dating? Lol, no. I can barely get men to notice me, much less get a relationship going
Well it's not that great. I am commitment phobic so I walked away from two relationships in the past year in pursit of multiple (failed) hookup attempts. So in the end I was left with nothing.
Id say getting a long term relationship is harder for me, cos i seem to scare guys off... 😂 from the outside i look like a cold bitch, so guys just stare
Getting a job is far easier but still requires work. For me, getting a girlfriend is harder than winning the lottery.
Same here man! Absolutely same here!
So far, a job!! I've had 30 or 40 of those but of the 3 girls I've had, NONE were stable and long-term!!
I have never had a much of a problem with work, or business.Women, however, were close to impossible.What burned me was that I was surrounded by sociopaths and/or retards who did not have much to offer, but did not lack female company for a moment.There came a point at which I realised the futility of my attempt to find someone to love, so I walked away.Later, after I had walked away, women who had exited the bad boy carousel came sniffing around. I was too bitter, angry and resentful to be receptive to women for whom I would have been ‘boring’ or ‘too nice’ when they were 20.
Yeah, well, your case is understandable."There came a point at which I realised the futility of my attempt to find someone to love"I'm there myself now and I'm not even MGTOW. 😐
Getting a stable job. All you have to do is acquire the skills needed for the job, which is often spelled out. Relationships are not that simple. There is no set of skills that will magically help someone find a good girl or boyfriend. One is predictable, the other is not.
Getting a LTR girlfriend/boyfriend. I would say this by what I can see in my country. Many young people are on long relationship but a very very small number have a stable job (none that I know have a stable job but nearly all of them have long relationship).
Getting a job is harder, I guess. I've been blessed in both areas. I married my middle school sweetheart and I got a job right out of college (graduated on a Saturday and started two days later on Monday). I did spend about 4 months unemployed when my husband and I moved states, but I got a job soon enough.
Depends, again. Where I live getting married is no big deal but getting a stable job is really hard because of the heavy congestion and increasing unemployment.
My reason to be childfree. 😎
I think getting a stable job is easier, because it's dependent on mostly your own individual abilities, desires, and goals instead of also having to deal with another person who might not be thinking in the same direction as you.
I perfer stable jobs,I have no problem finding men or realtionships.I just find going to work much easier.
Been on the same job my whole career... so I would say my career is all set.I had good experiences with LTR... learned from ea. Just have to work on my emotions.
getting the stable job can lead you to a co-worker who can become your girlfriend / boyfriend ! Thanks
It's easy to get a job or a relationship, but to find one that lasts is another story. I'm finding it easier to find a stable job than a stable relationship.
Even though I’m only seventeen, I know how picky I am for girls who I want a long term relationship with and I also know how easy it is to get a decent job as long as you’re not brain dead
Getting a job is far easier, at that was always the case for me. It takes almost zero effort to get a job compared to how much effort it takes to get a date.
A stable job unless you luck into one or are glad-handed into one. Is much tougher today minus perhaps the Trades that still offer quality pay hours and quality of life. FINDING a life mate is comparatively easy.
I'd say getting a girlfriend is far easier if you do not mind giving up your soul. I just happen to 'prefer' the peace of a career over a relationship is all.
Women can get laid easier, but long term relationships are hard for both sexes.A stable job is simple to get, especially a retail one. Retail sucks ass though.
Very little is stable these days except a house for a horse.
Depends on where you live, in some countries it's not easy to get a stable job.
I've technically worked one day in my life and been in a relationship for four days in my life. But I put a ton more effort into getting a relationship and also trying to get a job is part of that, so who can say.
In reality, a long term relationship is easier to obtain because you can easily cater to someone’s needs to keep them around.
Both are equally easy and difficult at the same time.
Getting a stable job is much easier than getting a long term relationship due to me being picky about the personality of people. However, the chance of getting a long term relationship would be increased after obtaining a solid work.
you're asking me to answer a question that may have confounding or intervening variables. I respectfully decline to say without furthur research. I hope these are acceptable terms. Thank you!
Depending on where you live finding a job can be much easier.
Plenty of good jobs around but unfortunately I can't say the same about women from my experience
A job, but they both require very similar processes.
A good long term relationship. Im able to find multiple careers.. a compatible girl not so much.
Getting a job is a piece of cake. Dealing with the drama women bring when in a relationship is exhausting
Both are about the same difficulty I guess.
Stable job and being able to stay in that job
Finding good women is harder than finding a job.
For me both are equally difficult to get
A job is WAY easier.
For a job you just go there and do well and get paid. Finding someone compatible as LTR takes way more consideration.
Yeah.Especially with sky high standards. The lengths, that men go through just to get a girlfriend...
Say... how do I expose myself to as many women as possible? Where are the women at?
Develop your social skills. Be at ease and fluent in 'small talk'. Start by practicing... try striking up a conversation with EVERYONE you meet, WHEREVER you go, EVERY day. Get good at drawing people out - most everyone loves to talk about themselves. This way when 'ms. right' comes along you won't have any problem striking up a convo and keeping it going. Love can't start 'till attraction does, and then there needs to be a conversation. A good icebreaker for conversation is to simply ask for help, or make a comment on the situation. For example, you're standing in line at starbucks and there's this cute girl standing there with you, "Is that brazillian coffee any good?" Or, "I can't decide between the ethiopian or the chilean espresso. Have you tried either?"It's an inoccuous conversation, and if she's open and interested she'll engage. If not, she won't. But at least you created a conduit for it. I like the grocery isle - "Do you know how to make a beef brisket? I'm having a dinner party and don't a clue."And you never ask a girl 'out'. Like, "Will you go out with me?" Complete fail. Unless they're just dumb, they'll say no. You ask them to do something fun with you, like "A group will be at [name bar] after work, stop by and join us." Or, "I have tickets to [name band] wanna go?"If they decline but say they would be up for an alternate then there's interest. If they just shut you down then there isn't. But you can't know 'till you ask. In any case, you're going about your own life, your own business, but you're leaving a window, or door open, for them to join you. If they're interested they will, if they're not they'll just shut you down. Be okay with that - it's THEIR loss. And never forget, YOU ARE THE PRIZE!! So start acting like it. Women will come and go, but a REAL MAN is a prize to behold!
I like that.Unfortunately I have limited language skills in the country, where I am at now. I can't speak *their* language fluently and there aren't many English speakers over here. Am I doomed now? Or should I postpone that until I have finally moved?
Figure out how to say, 'wanna fuck?'Women are suckers for foreigners. LOLhttps://youtu.be/FKOiO7-2oCk
Probably a good job is a bit easier.
A stable job. Just don't be sorry.
Getting a stable job
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