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No. I'm losing my Livelyhood for the relationship and how am I supposed to maintain a woman's interest with no money? Also if dating was looked down on wouldn't that also comprise her job too?If I really loved her and wanted to make it work I would wait until either she or I was able to get work somewhere else then quit the job and work at the other place so we both stay employed and we can have a relationship.
I could not give an honest answer with these poll choices because it really depends. One, do I really love my job? For example, when I become a police officer nothing will come between me and that job. If it is a temporary job that I can reasonably replace then I might. However, it also depends how well I know her and how much I like her. Tough balance.
Every guy in here can say NO because there is nothing at stake. All I can say is if you met the right person in life you are going to throw that away? Tough decision either way... really depends on how important it is to you.
If there was a guarantee that this woman would stay with me for the rest of my life, then yes. I can always find another job and a new way to make money. I think that a 100% loyal and loving woman is worth the risk, BUT the reality is that there is a chance that the relationship might not even last past a few months. We also have to consider the fact that, statically speaking, women initiate divorce much more often than men.So the answer is no for me. As much as I want her and she want me, Im not losing my hard earned cash on a chance.
If I had intense feelings for her... I think I would possibly do it. I would just trust my skills at keeping it private/secret while in the office. I don't really view "career" like that. If I have talent, skill and training in an area there isn't ONE job... ONE company that I can work for, I'm good enough to work tons of places. I think we could keep it private and only see each other discreetly outside of work.
I already lost a good job because of a woman Never again, these women don't appreciate any sacrifice. They only care about the here and now. How they feel at the current moment is all that matters. Months of struggle and sacrifice mean nothing to them. So never date a co-worker. Unless you want to lose your job and ruin a relationship.
9 years of education and training after high school.$400,000 in student loan debt.The answer is a definite, absolute, emphatic NO.I'm all about discipline. I have feelings, and have had some strong feelings towards coworkers before, but just a hint of conflict if interest, and I will never act on these feelings. Why? Read the first 2 sentences.
I would say no. It really depends on the exact situation. If it's my dream job I wouldn't give that up. The chance of getting another job like that might be very small but you can find someone else to love. But if it's relatively easy to find some other job and it is clear there is a connection and we have bigger plans than I might.
No, well, the hypothetical seems impossible to me in the first place, since I generally need a whole lot more than friendly gestures to fall in love (I need to date the actual girl to have a chance of falling for her), and I would avoid dating in the first place. So my feelings wouldn't get that strong in the first place.
She would, at best, be some pretty/cute girl who I get along with really well at work. I would shield the heart and wouldn't go on dates to develop it further. And I can find such girls outside work. My job is much more valuable to me than a pretty girl.
I wouldn't fall in love in the first place, to summarize.
I would risk my career for a co-worker if I had a plan to leave my current career and attain a more vocational position.If I did not have a plan for switching careers, than it would be quite risky. If it was a casual/sexual relationship I don't think it would be detected. A serious relationship would most likely be deduced by you're employer faster than a casual one would. It is a rather vague question to ask, the domineering employer cannot be omnipotent in viewing what you do after work.
Yes. You only live once. Life is too short not to love. You can always date and see if they feel the same. Then before you have sex go to HR together and alert them. Ask for advice and tell them its for real. You might get transferred etc.
Hell no bc woman can play the “oh he raped me” card even if it was consensual but according to liberal law they have to treat it as rape just like what happened to the duke lacrosse players and Brett kavenaugh. Don’t frighten do it bc woman have ruined their own reputation with the lies and there’s no consequences for lying about rape so she could get mad over anything and play the rape card to get back
Is the corporate world so Orwellian that office romances aren't even allowed anymore? What is this, the anti-sex league? If you can't be with someone without tanking your own life's work, then either you're in the wrong line of work, or it just isn't meant to be.
Don't crap where you eat. This is your JOB. This is what you go to in order to make money and fund your entire life. Dating is a minefield filled with traps at every corner and the dumbest thing you can do is jeopardize your career because your hormones are acting up.
Yeah sure, love is harder to find than a new job. If things transpire i can get hired within a week at a different company and get payed more while doing so.
this stupid question is like «would you risk a car accident for having a lemonade in your home garden?» it has nothing to do with. if you're smart, you keep dating and work separated. and you can have sex with colleagues as much as you wish in your non-working life.
Yea, I would risk my career for a female coworker I fell in love with. I could always get another job if I had to.
No woman is worth that, you could end up in jail for that too not just risking your career, the best thing for men to do in the current political climate is to avoid contact with woman by any means possible at work and if you must have contact with women at work make sure you r not alone with her because she can lie and ruin your life quickly
Yes, if she is in love with me, she is the one and we on same page.Then I would do my best to stay as long as possible in this company and in mean time find worthy job replacement.
Not when an entire career is at stake, no.Besides, I can always find a different girl that isn't a coworker.
What industry? This wouldn’t really big that big a deal unless one of the individuals was a direct report to the other one. But yea I would not risk my career.
The man that has mastered self control, would not risk it.
Ya because fuck that company when it comes to my personal life. Who the fuck are they to even be involved?
I don’t see myself doing that. There plenty of fish in the sea, and any gal who wants me to risk my career to be with her doesn’t align with my values anyway.
F*** No. My career is #1. There is enough danger from women in the workforce already. Gotta wear a body camera and even that is not always enough to protect a man.
I won't risk anything for any female (except my daughter but as my kid not as a female)Men need to stop putting their lives in jeopardy for so-called "strong and independent" women.They claim they don't need us... which is an easy statement to make when your entire life is easy because of the sacrifices and hard work of men who build and support the comfortable bubble you live in.
No. Too much to lose. There would be a way for one of you to move jobs to avoid the problem.
If I trully love her and trust her work ethic then yes I would.
Any guy not willing to risk his career for the love of his life is a true cuck.. and I Hate this word.
No I've worked to hard to get to where I am in life. Besides, if she really loved you she wouldn't want you to
Yeah, my career isn't focused on a particular company and there are lots of openings in the field. So easy choice.
Maybe. It might depend on the career. I wouldn’t drop any job on a dime, though. Always friendship first.
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