Though being aware of the specific dating questions can definitely help you identify what a woman's priorities may be, it isn't nearly as important as understanding the intentions beneath them.
Women have two personal reasons for getting together with men: the external benefits and the internal benefits they receive. Really, it's the feelings underneath the benefits that women are ultimately after.
But a simple one that works well with most of these dating questions women ask is...
"Wouldn't you like to know," with a mischievous smirk. When a woman asks you any of these questions, don't give her anything!
Whenever a woman asks you any kind of PERSONAL question, especially when it doesn't seem to fit in the conversation, get a little suspicious about it. She wants to know how much money you make to identify what external benefits she would get by getting together with you. Guys who brag about their jobs or money, though they may think they're impressing a woman, are really making themselves an open target for manipulation.
And she wants to know your dating history to identify what internal benefits she'd experience by getting together with you.
They're mostly there because of the external benefits they receive. But if you refuse to answer these first date questions, because you now understand the intentions underneath them, you communicate you're a lover.
So the reason women ask you these dating questions, really, is to discover within moments whether you're a provider or a lover. You want a woman to be with you for WHO you are, right?
That way, she knows how to frame you in her life... And the ONLY way to do that is to communicate that you're a lover.
Years ago, I was just out of a terrible relationship and in no mood to date again.
My friends were all excited for my between-boyfriend time.
Then women stay with you for the internal benefits you offer them, which not only means it's for who you are as a person — rather than for being a means to an end, like a provider — it's for the relationship itself.