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Men are new to this 21st-century version of the boy-meets-girl game.
In 1970, the median age for marriage was 23 for men and 21 for women. "It used to be that people felt they'd somehow missed out if they didn't have a spouse by the time they graduated college," says David Popenoe, Ph.
D., founder and codirector of the National Marriage Project and a professor emeritus of sociology at Rutgers University. The Pew Research Center found that about half of young singles reported going on no more than one date in the 3 months prior to its survey, and 55 percent of singles who were looking for love said it was hard to meet people. In fact, there's no better time to be single than during economic uncertainty.
"Today, people feel they need to establish themselves economically first." The postponement of "I do" means most men will be single in their 20s, a trend that populates the bar scene and empties the church aisles. The risk and onus of rejection are almost always on them, because men initiate about 80 percent of encounters. A recent e Harmony survey found that one in four single women say that financial stress has increased their interest in a relationship.