6 months ago
Last edited at 5:10PM on 6/20/2013
depends on the age if its highschool or college yea. out of highschool and living off of parents no. now if they are unemployed cause no one will higher them cause of tough economy then sure. just depends on the person and they persons reasoning
Give them a chance & if they turn out to be lazy & not motivated to do anything with themselves then run as fast as you can! You don't want someone who is going to be a leech and have you support them your whole life.
Well, if I liked them, I wouldn't be shallow and not be with them because they don't have cash. But if I was looking to get into a serious relationship with them, I would try to talk them into getting a job depending on the situation, because that can easily cause a lot of problems.
I would get a job myself, though. You're not supposed to expect your boyfriend to support you. Support yourself. :)
It depends on the person. When I met my husband he was unemployed and filing for bankruptcy. He was actively looking for employment. By the time we got married he had taken a job he hated and didn't pay much, but he kept looking. He found a job he loves and we are doing quite well. So as long as the person has the drive to improve their situation, I would say yes. If they go around blaming everyone for them being unemployed, no.
I would help someone out of that situation, but I am not completely sure I would date them. If they were a person that did have money but spent it right away on like food and bills I would probably date them and help them out with money situations, but I don't think I could date someone whom had no money at all and had no income what so ever. I would probably seem like I was dating them to ease my conscious and that is not me at all. I would rather help a person then seem like a self obsessed priss.