C., Cleveland, Atlanta, and Seattle all found spots in between.The single scene looks less sunny, while in tech-centric San Jose, Calif., the top metro area for single women, there are 114 single employed men for every 100 single women.It turns out that Nerd Wallet cast an awfully wide net for singles, capturing everyone unmarried over age 15.Let’s skip over the teenagers and focus on the millennials, because they’re the ones of average marrying age.But the Uptown renaissance is reaching middle age and Figlio left Calhoun Square for a new relationship with West End. Thrifty revelers like the generous happy hour times lasting until p.m. It pays to come early to stake out patio seats in the summer. Minneapolis, MN 55413 (612) 331-1746 live music with no cover, numerous activities like spelling bees and generous happy hour prices create a shortage in elbow room.Located in the southwest quadrant of I-394 and Highway 100, West End was conceived as a pedestrian-friendly urban village, complete with shops and sidewalks. This small and unpretentious bar just up from Broadway on University Avenue attracts singles seeking social settings.New York has 1,072 single women per 1,000 single men; Philly has 1,074; and D. The metros with the largest ratios of single women to men are all on the smaller side: Greenville, North Carolina, with 1,227 single women per 1,000 single men; Florence, South Carolina, with 1,212; Burlington, North Carolina, with 1,185; and Brownsville-Harlingen, Texas, with 1,172.
“The aging of the population is playing a role,” Mather said, “but it’s really what’s happening at both ends of the age spectrum.
Young adults with college degrees are delaying marriage but, once married, are staying married.
Among those who don’t have degrees, we’re seeing big declines in both getting married and staying married: It’s a pretty big trend, this marriage gap.” Changing lifestyles play a role, too.
1 among cities over 2,500 in population, with 78 percent of its adult population married, followed by Carver, Deephaven, North Oaks and Victoria, all over 70 percent, according to census estimates to be made public Thursday.
Places with the fewest married adults tend to be college towns filled with students (Bemidji, Winona, Mankato, St. Peter are all under 40 percent) or major urban centers. The central cities, though, are holding steady at those levels.