There's nothing wrong with either, but long-term relationships do require that the participants either enjoy the same things or can respect their differences. I don't really feel comfortable with people from my social class, either as I grew up with (white trash) or currently (yuppie white collar).
As she continued on about how her future wedding would only be involving two doctors, I started examining my own life.
My friend, a dedicated medical school student who fits the type-A personality description to the fullest, started explaining about how she thought guys were intimidated by her.
She informed me that her new resolution is to only date someone at her level of education or higher.
They map out long-term plans, meet with mentors, and take specific steps to try to control their career trajectories.
People from working-class backgrounds were no less open to advancement, but often were less actively involved in trying to create opportunities for themselves, preferring instead to take advantage of openings when they appeared.