Dating someone with lower education level
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This goes to both guys and girls: 1. Would you feel inferior dating someone who is more educated than you? Would you consider NOT dating someone because they were not as educated as you? Share Facebook. Add Opinion.
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Online Dating Research Shows People Care Less About Education Level as They Age
Older Men and Women Dating Care Less About Education Level, Study Finds - Thrillist
The explosion of online dating has given academic researchers an unprecedented opportunity: to analyze vast troves of digital data to tell a fuller story on how humans, in this moment in time, are approaching the dating game. New research from Australia sheds light on what online daters are actually looking for, and how those criteria dynamically evolve as they age. The researchers from Queensland University of Technology analyzed hundreds of thousands of online dating interactions from the Australian dating site RSVP, involving 41, individuals during a four-month period last year. The participants ranged in age from 18 to 80 years old. The study, to be published in the upcoming April issue of the journal Personality and Individual Differences, shows that the importance of education levels is one factor that changes significantly with age. The study found that online daters with a high level of education are consistently likely to reach out to those who have the same level of education when they are younger. But, as that highly educated cohort ages, they care less about how much schooling a potential mate obtained.
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Online Dating: Does Education Matter?
While there are 5. The book raises some interesting questions about what we look for in a mate, as well as some alternative solutions for the marriage-minded among us. But Birger also suggests that this "man shortage" might result in a surprising trend: women dating outside their class and education levels.
Is it time to widen the search? T here were, says Cat, perhaps one or two male students on her English degree. How great to have so many clever, educated young women spilling out every year, but there could be negative consequences, as a new book, Date-onomics , points out: there may not be enough educated men to go around. But, as the business journalist Jon Birger relates in his book Date-onomics, if an educated woman wants to form a long-term partnership with a man of similar education, the numbers are stacked against her. But it could just be a numbers game, she says though Birger will say these two things are linked.
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