because in answer to your question, quality men (and women, of course) choose partners who bring as much to the table as they do, and unless you are beyond exceptional at age 19, you don't do that. It depends on your definition of a "quality guy."I think a quality guy is looking for an equal - not someone he can dominate.
these people will all be significantly older than you and will probably have accomplished far more than you, to succeed in their rigorous professions. He would also be all the usual things - bright, funny, ambitious, has his life on the right track, yada, yada. And older quality guys don't date teenagers - that whole "equal partner" thing.
that gives them experience and perspective that you don't share, and these are important factors in determining long-term compatibility. So you can date decent guys your age who are going to be doofuses at times, or pervy older guys. And a woman who is not hard to please, who is always pleasant to be around. Someone who has a life and can easily leave him if he treats her like crap. As for me, I don't usually care for white collar workers.
you're young and cute, of course, and that's sufficient to attract a high-status man, but seldom enough to keep him.long-term relationships are work, and the only way to learn to maintain them is through experience. Up here in Canada where I live- men in the trades can make just as much money as a doctor.
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There is some truth to that statement, but "Older men" is whom you should be looking for , if your dream is to have a family by age 30. I grew up in a white collar family and am really starting to take a fancy to "red neck" guys and their pick-up trucks.My last bf was pretty much this, but it was difficult to communicate in terms of conversation.I can't see where the term "men in power" comes into play. I would think it to be more of a liking for younger women.And then I would question their mentality level for dating someone that young and immature.