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When asked if the number of zeros in your significant other's paycheck mattered, the answers varied largely depending on gender and sexual orientation.
Twenty-three percent of straight men said their partner's paycheck plays a role in whether or not they enter a relationship. But when heterosexual women were asked the same question, the number of affirmative responses jumped to 41 percent.
One female respondent said "All men I dated before getting married had to have at least a Bachelor's Degree and working in a profession that paid fairly well (i.e. $100K/year)."