Exposing the hot “don’t fall in love” idea – the evil HR lady

What is the best point in your career for marriage? This “hot shot” by Tim Kimpton, who advises startups, went viral on Twitter:

There seems to be some logic to that. Your younger years are when you have the energy to work long hours and build your career. Having a spouse or kids gives you other priorities than work, so of course, you’ll want to dedicate all of your time to work during these years. There is always time for love later.

And in fact, the current average age of marriage seems to show that most people are in favor of Kimpton’s ideas, with the average age being about 30 for men and 29 for women.

But Kempton and the other men miss something: the reward of a marriage career.

To continue reading, click here: Debunking the Hot Don’t Fall in Love Idea

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