But what about when you're making education the sole focus of your search?A friend, Rebecca, 25, tells me she found herself becoming obsessed with people’s professions and education when she was using an online dating site earlier this year.Sbuttoni agrees: “Is it right that you judge the papers someone receives as a measure of their educational successes?And if you’re deciding to quantify a person by their education, what is that? “You don’t actually get to know a lot about the person you’re dealing with by their education.It wasn’t always accurate, but in an age where someone’s ASL (age, sex, location) was of utmost importance on MSN Messenger, we just accepted that’s how things were.But, for some, that behaviour has gone far beyond school.How will the story stack up against the greatest films about business?At Elite Singles, our passion is helping compatible NZ singles connect.
It’s easy to ignore the obvious pitfalls when there’s so much choice.
The person’s capability of emotion is much more important in a relationship that what their actual education is.” She's right. “I think [people who judge on education] should realise they’re not doing themselves any favours because you’re dismissing people you don’t know.” It’s why I fear that The League's users will actually end up frustrated.
A degree certificate or 'Oxford Class of 2005' hoodie isn't going to keep you together through the highs and lows. If you’re focusing so closely on the superficial, you’re closing yourself off from other options.
When she met her (now ex) boyfriend, he was intimidated.
He’d been to a community college but never progressed to university.