Best Cities for Single Women

Best cities for single women

Best cities for single women

SingleMindedWomen.com decided it was high time to amazlyze some of the major US cities where single women can frolick freely and meet great, eligible bachelors, live without having to decide if they should make rent or eat for the month, enjoy a healthy lifestyle and perhaps score a pretty good job.

Here are the 10 best cities for single women that the ladies over at SingleMindedWomen.com came up with.

Best cities for single women

1- Boston

Have you ever been to Boston? It is absolutely beautiful. And as for the cost of living, it’s cheaper than New York, Washington D.C. and Seattle.

Add to that a great arts scene, some of the best universities in the world and yes, plenty of eligible men (who likely attend said universities) and you have yourself a banging good time. Of course, it should be noted that Boston has slightly more women than men, but about 33% of the population is single.

Best cities for single women

2- Washington D.C.

Washington D.C. has the lowest unemployment rate of all the cities listed.

And for entertainment single women can head to The Smithsonian and the National Zoo, not to mention The National Gallery of Art, myriad other museums, memorials, and national landmarks.

As for men, Washington D.C. again, there are more women than men in Washington, D.C., but approximately 33% of the population is single. So get to it, ladies.

Best cities for single women

3- New York City

The high cost of living in New York is what brought it down to number 3 on the list, otherwise it would’ve nailed the top spot. The recession, however, has really brought down the cost of housing and it is possible to get a deal nowadays.

Employment rates are on the rise and there is something to do at any hour in New York, because the city really never sleeps.

In New York, yet again, there are slightly more women than men, but again, about 33% of the population is single. And how…

Best cities for single women

4- Seattle

For those who love the outdoor scene and the music industry, Seattle is bustling in those areas. And although the unemployment rate is at 9%, the jobs offered in Seattle are for the long term.

The ratio of single men and women in Seattle is pretty much equal, and 30% of the current population is single.

Best cities for single women

5- Philadelphia

Among the most visited cities in the US, Philadelphia unemployment rate is below the national average and it has are plenty of ways for single women to keep themselves entertained in this beautiful city.

Philly has a touch more women than men, but about 33% of the population is single. Add that to the low cost of living and social opportunities, it’s easy to note why Philly made the list.

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