Women dating blue collar men
Here’s a headline from The New York Post that oughta win some sort of award. Date Down.” Apparently, Manhattan has 38% more young, college-educated women than it does similar men.
This “academic inequality” has lead to something called a “man drought,” and now, thousands of college educated women are struggling to find a “suitable mate.” The solution?
Meanwhile, 1.3 trillion dollars in outstanding student loans are on the books – much of which will never be repaid..
And now we see the latest casualty – legions of college educated women who might have to settle for a skilled tradesman. This attached video concerns itself The Color of Collars, and the inevitable bias that follows our insistence on promoting one form of education at the expense of all the others.
But when it comes to education, all that enlightenment goes out the window.
We’ve argued about hookup culture and whether it brought the death of monogamy and marriage, and about whether feminism and sexual liberation—giving women control over their reproductive health and sexual expression, while freeing them from the confines of a virgin ideal—could be considered the cause.At mikerow WORKS, we try to highlight successful tradespeople who have not only prospered without a college degree, but have gone on to start their own businesses and created countless jobs.This headline confirms the misconception that tradesmen are in some way subordinate to white collar professionals.It’s a dangerous misconception with serious consequences.Currently, 5.6 million jobs are unfilled, the majority of which require training – not a college degree.