You have a career at 20?
Post grad over a year ago and was hired in school. Started school at 16...
For fairly many women this seems to be the case 🤔
@Unit1 well I don't think for every woman just myself
Neither do I think, that most women are like that 🤔
@Unit1 I can't say if that's true or not but neither can you
But are we supposed to? I don't think so.
STEM jobs are attractive to me. Stuff like software developer, coders, designers, etc.
What about lawyer
Nope. I think lawyers are too serious for me. Lots of paperwork and stuff like that.
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That’s fine for the ones who don’t want something long term
And they're the ones, who will get it pretty much on demand whereas finding real love is a proven challenge even if you give your 200%.
A challenge but enough people manage to do it.
I am impatient. I'm not going to wait years long for a chance. I am going after yielding results.
You don’t have to wait years, do you not see everyone gets into a relationship
It's not really happening. Staying single is pandemic. Not, that it's a bad thing but still.
Are you saying this was before the corona epidemic started? Many people were having issues?
Coronavirus or not - staying single is happening quite in alarming rates. And so are the divorces and break ups over trivial matters. Not, that I care but permanent singlehood is very common these days. If Japanese's population decline doesn't convince you, then I don't know what will. But at the same time single parents still brought more children, which protects from population decline.I am not siding with either party (natalists or single-for-lifers) but this is an interesting development, that I have observed.
I messaged you, I’d like to talk about this decline
Why did her friend laugh? Sorry man
I don't know why the friend laughed i didn't care to ask
I agree ☝️ 💜
In a perfect world that’d how it be, but this is the real world. What careers do you think are most attractive?
A lawyer is average ish
So be responsible right?
Well there is a standard expectation or image, a glamorous image, of what a certain career looks like
But not everyone in the same career have the same amount of success or character. There’s a lot more to a person that determines the type person they’ll become. Character is what makes a person, male or female. What type that may be is what usually gets leads them to whatever career you want to talk about.
No I won’t
It makes a man pop? Are you sure? What career?
I don't know if it's just me, but I think a lot of women are attracted to intelligent men and men in high positions. It's not just about money, it may even be the level of responsibility he has. It just makes a guy pop in a way. It could be a career in business (I admire entrepreneurs), engineering, medicine, accounting, or a manager of something.
So responsibility is attractive?
I think so, like if you're managing a lot of people or a lot of moving parts or if your job require higher level thinking it's attractive to me.
What about lawyer?
I could see lawyers getting attention from women
What other jobs what about city planner
That's cool, it's a respectable job.
But not as good as lawyer?
Career isn't everything. A lot of the time guys are hot just because of who they are and how they carry themselves. Manliness is an inner quality.
I agree, it means he is contributing the upkeep of his society. what careers do you like?
Lawyer of city planner
If a man is defined by his career, he is a one dimensional man. . . and he probably chose the wrong dimension as the focus of his attention.
What’s that mean
Well, how would any one thing make anyone in your perception? You asked the question; you must have some context
Do we judge men by their career title?
Yes lots of people do. Don't ask me why; I'm not one of them. IDGAF what you do. A job is a job.