Examine how revealing your income in your online dating profile affects the results you will have on the platform.
- You've got your perfect photo,…a list of favorite adventure vacation spots,…and a bio that shows you're simultaneously…fun-loving and deep,…but there's one nagging question.…Should you include your income…in your online dating profile?…For many, the idea of sharing this information…is absolutely horrifying.…Do you even want to attract the kind of person…who would contact you or not…based on how much money you make?…But before you decide, let's consider the statistics.…A survey of 1.5 million interactions…by dating site, FirstMet,…found that each dollar of income a man listed…increased his chances of getting a response from women.…
In fact, men who stated they made $150,000 a year or more,…were 82% more likely to get a response…than those who said that they made $20,000.…For women, listed income was not a factor…until the $100,000 threshold.…Within that group, women who earned…more than $150,000 annually…were 65% more likely to be contacted…than those who earned $20,000.…Unfortunately, we don't have similar data…
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