Well, it depends upon what you want out of life or a particular woman.
If you want to fuck, to have multiple one night stands or multiple open relationships with women who expect you to provide good sex and nothing else, IT IS ACTUALLY BETTER TO BE BROKE!
I mean, if a woman is having fun with you, she won't even ask about your job because it would ruin the mood.
If you make a woman feel sexy and she knows you won't judge her or tell your friends about it, she will take advantage of the opportunity to live out her fantasies and your bank account will be the last thing on her mind.
I mean, seriously, if a stable, middle-class accountant meets a mysterious woman in a bar, does he care if she has a job or not? He clearly won't care if she is married, does coke, or has an eating disorder, as long as he has his one chance in life to fuck a chick like in a real-live porn movie.
I have been wealthy and I have been poor and, as a matter of fact, I still claim to be unemployed when meeting women. The only time that I let women know that I am not exactly poor is when I take a few days to drive somewhere with a woman to eat in nice restaurants, stay in a nice hotel, spray her naked body with champagne, etc., but that is only with women whom I have already fucked many times while they thought I was poor and have accepted me as I am.
Lastly, SINCE FUCKIN WHEN IS 23 CONSIDERED OLD?!?!?!
Seriously dude, most guys your age are just getting out of the uni or the military and working a real job for the first time in their lives, so don't get down on yourself because you're not CEO of your company yet.
Also, if you're unhappy with your financial affairs, use those negative feelings as leverage to motivate yourself to going back to the uni, getting a better job, starting your own business or investing the little money you do earn.
Finally, like I always say: "The bottom line is the bottom line!"
That means, it isn't important what you earn, but what you keep. A guy who earns very little, but lives modestly and doesn't have any debt will have more money at the end of the month (which he can save or invest) than a guy who earns much more, but spends it all, often in the form of paying loans that he takes out to buy what he cannot afford, all in the name of "keeping up with the Jonses."
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