Just like to find a girlfriend?

Hi Teachers

To find a job just like to find a girlfriend, that calls for sincerity.

The sentence above, is it the same meaning as below:

Finding a job is just like finding a girlfriend, that calls for sincerity.

Thank you in advance.

Mark

‘that’ is not needed in these sentences.

Mark, your first sentence simply wouldn’t be used, even though it doesn’t seem to break any grammar rules.

Hi Mark,

I would suggest: Finding a job is just like finding a girlfriend; both call for sincerity.

Alan

Thank you very much, Teachers
The first sentence is what I read from an English learning website, I found it a little strange, so I made a question to ask.

Mark

Some English websites don’t teach good English.