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Many people now believe a ‘good job’ is a job that exists in one’s current zip code. A nation once defined by a pioneer spirit and a willingness to keep moving, now seems stuck in one place.” Likewise, Rowe wrote about a similar conversation with Claire, a friend lamenting her single fate. Often these thoughts leave us unfulfilled despite an abundance of great options.

After suggesting she try a new city with new bars, new theaters, and new museums with new prospects, she incredulously asked, “Why the hell would I do that? After all, expecting relationship success from a man just because he’s more than six feet tall is just as ridiculous as expecting financial success from a six-figure degree. She is a columnist and the author of "The Social Justice Warrior Handbook" (political humor), "I Wish I Might" (novel), and "Finding Mr. She enjoys reading chick lit on the beach and taking photos of other people's dogs.

We all know or have been the girl who didn’t go on a second or third date with a perfectly suitable potential love interest because there was no “spark.” As a male character in “He’s Just Not That Into You” told the chronically single female character, “The ‘spark’ thing is bullshit. You all thrive on it because you all love drama.” It’s true that many women have convinced themselves that uneasiness or drama constitutes passion—a supposed must-have for any relationship.

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Rowe told NPR that 40-50 of the 300 people he interviewed on his former show, “Dirty Jobs,” were multimillionaires.

Yet many women would more enthusiastically accept a date from lawyer with a six-figure student loan debt than from a plumber with his own business.

This is a labor, economic problem.” When I read this horrible advice, I couldn’t help but think of “Dirty Jobs” star Mike Rowe and his crusade to get people to stop thinking of career success in such a limited way.

Rowe often talks about the fallacy of the four-year degree.

Rowe often talks about the “skills gap”—the millions of jobs that can’t be filled because Americans just don’t have the necessary skills.

Often I’ve heard women complain that there are no “real men” left, men who hold open doors, can change a tire or fix a leaky pipe.

He wrote, “Now, there’s an added obstacle that many employers talk about with real concern – a profound resistance to moving to where the jobs are. She assembled this guy in her mind years ago, and now, dammit, she’s tired of waiting!!

Not just a resistance – but a kind of indignation at the mere suggestion. ” We need to drop our limiting views on how to find a partner or a career.

If you’re a single woman, there’s no doubt you’ve heard enough advice from well-meaning friends and family about how to meet Mr. The money made on dieting advice only rivals the amount of money made on dating advice.

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