A more educated term for dating
"These lopsided numbers might not matter if young, college-educated women become more willing to date — and, eventually, marry — across socioeconomic lines," Birger explained in the At face value, the suggestion that women date outside their class seems hopelessly old-fashioned, not to mention politically incorrect.After all, we're living in the 21st century, not in the highly stratified social world of However, the uncomfortable truth is we do gravitate to partners who have the most in common with us, which means we tend to date within our social classes and education levels.Even in and around Seattle, the most balanced city, there are more than eight graduated females for every seven graduated males.The median gap among all 102 metro areas I considered was 29.7 percent -- right between New York City and Chicago.
A word of advice: Stay away from Sarasota, Florida.
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