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Some 56% of young adults in this area were unmarried in 2012.
But even in these top metro areas, young women may find it difficult to find a young single man with a job.
I'll be living in or near Clarksville (I'm actually living half there now and half in Traverse City, MI), and I'm feeling a bit more optimistic after rereading this thread.
Seeing as Nashville is so close, I will cast my net a little farther afield when I'm ready. Bethlehem right now, but I don't know if I will buy a home in this part of town or not.
It not the kind of town where people see someone walking down the street, strike up a conversation and arrange a date all in five minutes (there are exceptions, of course). New York, LA, Kansas City, St Louis and of all the urban areas I lived in there seems to be a lack of available women in Nashville for the average guy.
There are various singles events held about town from time to time. Let me specify: Difficult for an average income 30,000 to 45,000 dollars a year, home owning and non music industry related guy age 35 to 40.
Looking at the most recently available census data, we explored the demographics of the “marriage market” based on what women said they want in a spouse.
Nationwide, single young men outnumber their female counterparts.
And among never-married women interested in marriage, 78% said that it is “very important” to them that a potential spouse has a steady job (only 46% of never-married men said the same).
Among all single young adults, there were 141 men for every 100 women in this area.
Over half (57%) of young adults ages 25 to 34 in the metro area, which includes Sunnyvale and Santa Clara, were single in 2012.
I see the problem as three or fold: Nashville has large population of : A. Let me specify: Difficult for an average income 30,000 to 45,000 dollars a year, home owning and non music industry related guy age 35 to 40.
Guys between 18 to 35 who are musicians (many poor but attractive) B Men 30 to 45 who may have come from the first group who are now industry types (producers, publishers, etc) and 40 to 50 who are very wealth who have been in the music biz for quite sometime. I have talked to many other men who have thought the same.