Still reeling from the shock of seeing the psychiatrist’s salary, I started to wonder: Should you list your income online?
Does it make you more—or less—desirable if you post a certain number?
As it turns out, the gold digger concept is alive and well for both genders — but in different ways.
For a man, each dollar more that he made increased his chances of getting a response from a woman.
The problem with this approach is that people either lack self-awareness or tend to not to be very honest in their answers.
Does this information tell us that small-breasted women prefer shorter men? One possible alternative is that all women prefer taller men and that taller men prefer large-breasted women.But high earners — those that made upwards of 0,000 — were 82% more likely than men that made ,000 or less to get contacted on First For a woman, the amount she made was irrelevant UNLESS she made more than 0,000.But after countless users begged her for a mobile version, she’s now debuting the The Dating Lounge for i Phone.Certain aspects of The Dating Lounge—which, for now, is free to use—will be familiar to those who’ve tried their hand (and hearts) at other forms of online dating.Users can also search for potential matches by 15 different criteria like location, education, income and religion.