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Single women in southern Ontario cities out their male peers when it comes to education — that's according to new s from the latest census.
Between the ages ofthere are more single women with college or university degrees than single men in Kitchener-Waterloo and Cambridge, London, Hamilton, Windsor and Sudbury. The s follow a trend economists have seen in Canada for the past four decades: women are going to post-secondary school at higher rates than men, and educated workers tend to be based in cities rather than rural areas. The only place that you don't see it are places where you have a lot of really male-dominated industries.
So for example, in Alberta where you have a lot of people who are working in oil. In Southern Ontario, Kitchener-Waterloo seems to have slightly more single, educated men in the age range.
She thinks the high of grad students because of three nearby universities — Wilfrid-Laurier and Waterloo Universities in Waterloo, and the nearby University of Guelph plus Kitchener's Conestoga Collegeand people working in the male-dominated tech-sector are what skews the s toward a more even split between single educated men and women.
hade said single women are changing what they're looking for in a partner as a result of the disparity. Jess Carbino is a sociologist for Bumble, a dating app that requires women to make the first move with matches. Carbino said, over time, unrealistic expectations for relationships have developed, making it more difficult for anyone looking for a partner.
LGBT singles are dating in a smaller community and have already adapted to the reality of having a smaller pool. For example, they're less likely to choose their partners based on their education levels," said hade, adding age differences are also often greater between partners. She said women are also choosing to stay single, pointing to data that shows people aren't marrying at the rates they used to. Kitchener-Waterloo Single, educated women out male peers in many Ontario cities Dating and relationship trends are shifting as single women in several Ontario cities out their male peers when it comes to education.
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