Nearly two-thirds of men said they would have no problem going on a date with a woman who doesn't have a job, while only 8 percent said they would absolutely rule it out. Nothing is sexier than a man with a plan, but try to keep in mind that nowadays it's not so simple to land the high-paying job of your dreams. And please, if you're in a commited, loving relationship, don't kick him to the curb just because he's out of work.
Try encouraging him and helping him in his job search.
"This is the rare area, compared to other topics we've done surveys on, where women's old-fashioned beliefs about sex roles seem to apply."I know this sounds a bit superficial — like we need a man to have a job so they can shower us with gifts and take us on dates.
Instead of dinner out, get food to go and head the beach or a park.
Go to theater in the park, or for a drink and walk at the beach.
I wouldn't worry about it if it's been a short while (90 days or less?
)..you have meaningful activity at least weekly toward a new gig.