It Might Be Time To Move, Guys: The Best (And Worst) Cities For Singles In 2017
December 8, 2017
As it stands, the record shows that more than 45 percent of the adult population in The United States is unmarried. Hey! That's fine. We're not exactly looking to run down the aisle or anything, but could that statistic be part of a larger problem beyond commitment issues?
What if the reason you're single has nothing to do with you and everything to do with where you're living? Interesting concept, huh? That's why when we came across the best cities for singles, we thought it would be a solid move to share them with y'all. You could quite literally be looking for love in (all) the wrong places.
The Top 10 Best Cities For Singles
San Francisco, CA
Los Angeles, CA
San Diego, CA
Nothing in the Tri-state area, huh? Whatever, it costs a fortune to live there anyway! As we showed earlier, the infographic above lists all 180 rankings, but just because we know some of you guys are lazy here's a little round up of the five WORST cities for singles — Warwick, RI, Hialeah, FL, Pembroke Pines, FL, Brownsville, TX, and South Burlington, VT. Two cities in Florida...are we really surprised?
To check out the full study, head over to WalletHub and remember, you might just be single because you're in the wrong place! It's not you, it's where you live (at least, that's what we're telling ourselves after reading this)