Throughout most of medical school I ended up forming casual relationships nothing really with a future.And majority of my peers did the same thing as well.I get the whole macho must be the provider of the family but why would a guy date someone with such a huge income dispairty?
It's a good thing to have, and it isn't a direct negative, but it's not going to earn you any brownie points either.
Yes, there are men who'd gladly take you on, and there's quite a lot of them, BUT THEY ARE A SMALL %.
Eh, we exist, but we also tend to have already met someone and are married before we started making that much.
That's why it's a great idea to date in grad school when you are both poor students living off a main thing is watching for an excessive interest in your bank account and expecting expensive dates; I'd google around and make an attempt to take the common advice and flip the genders. Then again, guys mostly won't care about the money. You have honest questions that I have tried to answer in other post.
But you just don't seem to get it from a man's point of view. I work in family medicine, pull around 140k a year (have a good bit of debt from medical school though). Well educated, have a great job, a busy life professionally and socially and would overall consider myself to be a dateable person.