Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_input. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_spinner. I'm always initially attracted to them because of the way they can rock a suit à la Barney Stinson and how they exude so much confidence and purpose.Add to this the fact that investment bankers get hefty commissions and bonuses and their net pay could easily get into the six-figure category.It did not come as a major shock when the New York Times published a confusing Editor’s Note on Feb.The Times had chronicled the meetings and Web site of this purported support group for girlfriends of Wall Street machers whose dating lives had recently been drained of their liquidity.The story had been an attention-grabbing squealer of a trend piece that left readers’ eyes popped with repulsion: Here were the public woes of New York babes in their 20s and 30s whose former high-earning boyfriends had once wined and dined them but now were depressed and moody.25, asserting that it had been misled by the subjects of an infamous Jan.
It also seriously screws up their ability to relate to other people.Money Comes First (And Always Will)As How About We points out, the great part about dating someone in finance is that they probably have a large disposable income they can spend on romantic dinners, once-in-a-lifetime experiences, and, well, you. How much they make will almost always come up on the first date (UGH), and most likely, any emotional problems you have will have to be explained in dollars and cents for them to understand and/or sympathize. They Don't Get It When You're Not Interested This creepy list was written by an investment banker who simply couldn't take unreturned texts and calls as an answer that a first date didn't want to see him again.So he Googled her and proceeded to pen this 1,600-word email asking why she wasn't into him. Their Social Norms AREN'T Normal Inspired by the creepy letter above, Gawker assembled 10 more horror stories about dating finance guys.The investment banking business is one of the highest paid in America and even though the recession of 2008, took off some zeros from their paychecks, they continue to enjoy some of the best salaries in the country.In the US, depending on the field of expertise, reputation and location, the average annual salary for an investment banker is between ,000 and ,000 per year.