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Reply I’ve never used a dating website,but I know plenty of people that do, and they all say that if the person doesn’t have a photo attached to their profile, they don’t even bother looking any further. The truth is both are getting hosed in some way or another, but that’s true in real life too.Reply Interesting thought but there’s more to it, I suspect. In everything, you have to take a chance, because we all have imperfect information to start off with.For those of you who’ve never been on these sites (or at least tell people you haven’t), there’s usually a place for guys to enter their income on their dating profile, it looks like this on match.com: So now we know this guy’s an English speaking liberal dancer who loves dogs, awesome. Whatever the case is, girls are left making of assumptions about a guy’s career since a lot of them don’t indicate how much money they make.Guys have it made because we know that nearly every girl puts her picture up (my guy friends have confirmed this for me).They say if a girl put a picture up, it’s a huge red flag.Guys have the benefit of just taking a quick look at a picture of a girl and deciding instantly if he’s interested in her by comparing her picture to the other pictures he’s seen that day.Here’s the problem: we now know based on that study that if a guy makes over 0,000, a girl is most likely going to be more interested in him than a guy who makes a lot less, but is hotter.
I already know I’m not going get any dates after I post this since guys will think I’m a gold digger, so I might as well tell you my genius solution since I’ve gone this far.
Guys don’t have this disadvantage because nearly all girls put pictures up! Dating sites should require that guys say how much money they make so girls a can make relative comparisons just like guys do with our pictures.
Please forward this to anyone you know who works at an online dating company. ———- Kathryn plows through any news that impacts your money and makes sense of it.
It’s harder to make a decision unless we see it in context relative to another comparable option.
The marketers at The Economist slipped in the print only option (at 5) to make the print & web subscription look more appealing (also at 5).If we’re playing tit for tat, guys leaving the income field blank is the same (in terms of importance of information) as girls not having a picture up, right?