Women dating blue collar men
Pretty much any ticketed trade in Canada or many parts of the US if the worker is willing travel.
Specificaly I'm a journeyman crane operator (IUOE).
Furthermore, I grew up knowing that there wasn’t anything that a white collar man could give me that a blue collar man couldn’t.
And while I would never advise a woman to lower her standards (assuming she has reasonable standards), or just date that approaches her, I do believe that sometimes women miss out on relationships with great men because we get too caught up in the superficial qualities of a man (like if he has a Ph. or drives a Mercedes), as well as what other people another.
They have been married almost 30 years- and for as long as I can remember, my father has loved and devoted himself to my mother and his daughters (myself included).
We have a house in suburbia (a distance about halfway between our jobs). It lasted for 3 months before he realized I made more money than him and he didn't like that.Mostly a job is a product of fortune and circumstance.If I weren't married, I know a few blue collar guys I would ask out.I'm married but most "blue collar" tradesmen I know make way more than any "white collar" professions, by a land slide.Don't assume things about somebody's financial stability based on out dated terms like blue and white collar.