I recently read an article on WSJ about a new app LinkedUp
If your LinkedIn profile can help you find a job, then why not a date?
That's the idea behind LinkedUp!, a new networking app for those who want to ensure their next match is gainfully employed before they meet for drinks.
Max Fischer, the 28-year-old founder of the app and a former investment banker, said he believes the LinkedIn data "is going to result in much higher-quality matches." Because a LinkedIn profile is essentially a digital resume, "people get a really true sense of where someone's from, what they do, and where they went to school, which are the main questions people ask in terms of dating,"
I think we can all admit that being in finance automatically makes you judgmental of people's background because everyone strives to get in the top Ivey league school, top BB IBD/PE/HF. What do you monkeys think of this app?