Denver is known in some quarters as "Menver," owing to the supposedly inflated number of single men here compared to women. The stats don't really back that up -- but numbers from the Pew Research Center offer a new twist. As part of a study dubbed "Mapping the Marriage Market for Young Adults," the demographers list the large metro areas with the highest ratios of employed single young men to single young women -- meaning guys who are not only available, but actually have jobs. And yes, Denver metro did very, very well.
Where did the city land? Find out by counting down the top ten below, featuring photos and PRC data on the top ten, with bonus info on four other Colorado cities. To see the original item, which boasts lots more information, click here.
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Number 10: Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, Florida Number 9: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Continue to keep counting down the ten cities with the most single, employed men compared to single women, including Denver. Number 8: Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, California Number 7: Washington-Arlington-Alexandria,DC-VA-MD-WV Continue to keep counting down the ten cities with the most single, employed men compared to single women, including Denver. Number 6: San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, California Number 5: Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, Washington Continue to keep counting down the ten cities with the most single, employed men compared to single women, including Denver. Number 4: Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI Number 3: San Diego-Carlsbad, California Continue to keep counting down the ten cities with the most single, employed men compared to single women, including Denver. Number 2: Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, Colorado Number 1: San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, California
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