Has the Recession Helped Paralegal Dating?
According to a financial analyst speaking to Katherine Bindley of the New York Times it has:
A 25-year-old financial analyst who was double-fisting glasses of Johnnie Walker Black, said that identifying yourself as a banker (“dropping the banker bomb” as he put it) had traditionally been a potent lure on the dating scene. “As the recession got worse, the magic bullet lost some of its mojo,” said the analyst, who asked not to be named to protect his employer, a private equity firm, from the publicity associated with the evening. “All my paralegal friends were suddenly getting dates and my banker friends weren’t.”
I’m not sure exactly how this works in with paralegal professionalism, but it’s Saturday so we’ll go with it anyway.