When the online dating service Zoosk surveyed its customers to discover whether the economy has affected their dating lives, they found some interesting results!
Compared to a May 2009 survey, there was a change of heart among women in just a year.
60% of women said they'd date an unemployed man in 2010, up from 52% last year, while 90% of men said they'd date an unemployed woman, down from 92% in 2009.
90% of men say they typically pay on a date, and 52% of them spend more money on an average date than they did in 2009. Contrastingly, 57% of women spend less on dates this year than they did last year.
92% of single people are totally open to dates that include a free activity, compared to 85% in 2009.
83% of men and 93% of women agree that if someone is unemployed, he or she should reveal it up front.