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The best and brightest Boston singles turn to our professional matchmakers and dating coaches to find "the one" in Beantown.  

No matter where you live in or around Boston Harbor we have options for you. Massachusetts singles hailing from the campuses of Cambridge to Lexington, Belmont, Weston, Winchester, Stoneham, Waltham, Newton, Marblehead, Brookline, and Woburn hire us to sort through the misfits and meet likeminded singles.

There's no shortage of New England singles, but its a uniquely challenging part of the country to meet "the one". Our Boston matchmaking and date coaching is suitable for upscale singles seeking a meaningful relationship. 

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Dating can be tough. With guaranteed matches and date feedback we do whatever it takes to guide you into a relationship.

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Online dating is difficult. We guarantee matches that meet your criteria. Your personal coach and dedicated matchmakers will communicate feedback, troubleshoot issues and guide you into a relationship.

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Joann Ward has been matchmaking for over 30 years. Her son, Steve Ward followed in her footsteps in 2003. They became internationally known matchmakers as Hosts and Executive Producers of VH1 Tough Love

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The best cities in America for dating

Wednesday, February 01, 2017


The best cities in America for dating
San Francisco is the best city for finding single men in their 30s who work 40 or more hours per week.

The chances of meeting the right person in your age group depends on where you live

By Maria LaMagna

Single people get all kinds of advice for dating whether or not they’re actually looking to change their relationship status — from marketing yourself like a shampoo to who should pick up the check on a first date.

For those hoping to increase their probability for finding their forever mate, the key may be location, location, location. (And education, education, education.)

San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, Austin or San Diego are the best cities for someone seeking a man in his 30s, with at least a college degree, who works 40 hours per week or more and has never been married, according to an analysis of the 100 largest metro areas in the U.S. by real-estate website Trulia based on age, how many hours they work each week, their level of education and whether they were previously married.

Those seeking to date women in their 40s, with graduate degrees who work 40 hours or more per week and who may or may not have been married before are likely to find her in Silver Spring, Md., Atlanta, Raleigh, Washington, D.C., or Baltimore, the study found. (Because the site used U.S. Census Bureau data to determine the answers to these questions, singles seeking dates of their same gender are included, but not evaluated separately. The Census does not ask about sexual orientation.)

These are just two scenarios for lovelorn singletons. Americans looking to meet Mr. or Mrs. Right can take a quiz to find, based on the criteria important to them, which city would be ideal for their dating life. (Take the quiz here.)

Whether or not you actually want to move after taking the quiz is another story. And no matter what city you’re in, you may want to skip the dinner date. Apparently no one does that any more, according to this recent MarketWatch report.

There is good news for those who are willing to take the plunge. The U.S. divorce rate in 2015 was 16.9 divorces per 1,000 married women in 2015, down from 17.6 in 2014. The divorce rate has decreased 25% between 1980 and 2015, a study of Census Bureau and National Center for Health Statistics data by Bowling Green State University found. But as MarketWatch’s Moneyologist advice columnist has discovered (on more than one occasion), marriages that end in divorce can be financially as well as emotionally devastating.

This article originally appeared in MarketWatch and was written by Maria LaMagna.

 

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