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“I don’t know what they’re looking for — probably not a baker,” she laughs. “They have money,” says Cheri, who prefers to give only her first name.
But money isn’t everything; Cheri says she would prefer the techie she dates to be an explorer of the world.
At the door of the shop Therapy, two women from Facebook’s recruiting team say that techies are interesting, but they just don’t find them attractive. They’re sort of sexist, trying to be cooler than what they really are.” I vaguely remember having read about that in Mother Jones just a few days ago. Well, it appears there are plenty of exceptions, so I decide to stay open-minded.