Sir, I'm kind of in the opposite school of thought. Women have one thing on their minds and that is to get a guy to provide for them. This is why she asks one question when she meets you: what do you do for a living? She's doing a financial analysis. Every question that follows supports that in an indirect manner. If you say "doctor", she wants to know if you are a GP or a neurologist. If you say "musician" she wants to see how many monthly listeners you have. She wants results, otherwise, she will break it off. In my opinion, all of this is not right for a man. A guy should determine his life plans without worry about some woman. He needs to work in his career of choice, regardless of the pay. If he makes a lot of money, fine, if not, that should be fine too. Either way, a guy has to do what he has to do. A zebra cannot change their stripes. They can run like a horse, yes, but they are not a horse. A musician may be able to do some accounting work, but they will never aspire to be the head of the firm.