Imagine this: You have spent the better part of your life learning the skills necessary for your career. You've landed a job at a decent company, and over several years you have proven your value at what you do. Now that you are in your prime, even more opportunities are opening up. Better companies are courting you, with better packages than you are getting now. Left and right you get offers to work elsewhere. You are told how valuable you are. Your skills are exactly what they're looking for. You're wined and dined by all the big players in the industry, validated at every turn.
Do you stay with your current company out of loyalty?
Fuck no. You make the proper business decision and go with the best offer, because that's all it is; a business decision. Your friends don't berate you for leaving your old company. You found a better deal, of course you took it.
Should you take a low offer from a company that is barely surviving, that would be entirely dependent on you to do more than you would enjoy, for little to no extra compensation?
Fuck no. You go with the one that benefits you the most. You have what they want, and they will compensate you generously for it.
Should you have quit your old job before entertaining the idea of taking a new one?
Fuck no. You've been told your whole life that you don't quit a job until you've got another one lined up. What if you can't find one right away?
These are basic examples of the way most men view their jobs. You make the best decision for yourself. Morality has little to nothing to do with it.
Different people want different experiences. Some people want to go with the established company, where they will feel safe and secure in their future. Some people want to joing a startup, where they have more flexibility and a prospect for even better future. Again, these are just business decisions you will make, often dependent on where you are at in life.
Most women have spent their majority of their lives learning one skill above all others: How to attract and manage men. Their hypergamous nature leads them to the same conclusions about men as I described above regarding jobs. They show little to no remorse about it because it really is just a business decision to them. Which company do I attach myself to? The best one of course!
The main difference is secrecy. In business, this is all universally understood. Business is transactional by nature. Nobody argues that. But suggest that interpersonal relations are transactional by nature as well and you are labeled a sociopath.
By convincing men that relationships are not transactional, women hold more power. You should just love her for who she is. After all, she's different than those girls anyways.