I wouldn't say it's an absolute, 100 percent, do-not-pass-go situation, but I would be wary of dating someone without a job.I've been there myself, and I know that plenty of smart, hardworking people go through it.Since taking a buyout at my Wall Street firm, I had devoted myself to two activities: searching for a new job and working out. So did the three recent college graduates next door.At their weekend parties, a loud bass penetrated our shared wall starting at p.m.Hook up.”I offered a hushed protest, insisting he was too young.But apparently the neighborly tension had been building, because he and I started kissing right after she left.When we woke up, hung over, a few hours later, I begged him not to tell his roommates.My transformation from puritanical noise warden to Mrs.
(I barely even understand this as practically everyone I know is buried in student loans.) Is unemployment a deal-breaker for you?
I wouldn't say it's an absolute, 100 percent, do-not-pass-go situation, but I would be wary of dating someone without a job.
But NOT because I assume unemployed people are some kind of no-ambition losers or anything though, especially after a few years of a tough economy!
When I asked if he wanted to join us back at my apartment, he said yes.
Twenty minutes later Diana and I arrived, and he showed up with a bottle of vodka and cans of Diet Coke.