Even in today's job market, single people would HAPPILY give up their fat salaries if it meant they had someone great to come home to.
--According to a new survey of 1,600 single people by the website Chemistry.com, almost THREE-QUARTERS say they'd be willing to give up a high-paying job for a relationship.
--Believe it or not, men are actually MORE LIKELY to say they'd ditch a good job for a good girlfriend. 75% of men say they'd leave a job for a relationship versus 70% of women.
--The survey also found men are more willing to pool their money with a fiancée than women. 33% of men are willing to do a joint bank account after an engagement but before marriage . . . only 14% of women say they'd do that.
--21% of men would even be willing to pool money after just ONE YEAR OF DATING . . . only 8% of women say they'd do that.