I'm a sucker for lists, and this week we're all suckers for love so I have to share this latest Milwaukee ranking.
Today, Zillow unveiled its "In the Move for Love" index. ¬†It ranks "the best cities for young singles to relocate for love." If you're a guy or girl, straight or gay, Zillow says it has "you covered" with its latest lists. ¬†
And, it seems, women of Milwaukee, ¬†if you're looking for love in Brew City you're in very good luck.
Milwaukee tops the Zillow list as the No. 1 city "for women seeking men age 35 and under."
Yep. Denver, Tuscon, even Miami. They can't complete with our stock of dudes under 35.
Zillow reports a Milwaukee population that is 16.1 percent single men under 35. ¬†So, our ratio of single women to men under 35 is 1.35. ¬†
Other top cities? Worcester, Mass for both men seeking women and women seeing women. For single gay men? Miami topped the list of cities to find love.
Zillow ranked the 150 largest U.S. cities based on the Zillow Rent Index versus the median income, workability and the ratio and abundance of single males to single females under 35.
In other Milwaukee news today, check out what the Baltimore Post Examiner has to say about our fine city. It's very nice. ¬†The link is below. ¬†
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