Research on [cityname] matchmaking agencies have also found that, traditionally, the ratio of available single women are biased against men — there are far more men than women signing up for memberships.
[cityname] agencies such as It’s Just Lunch and e Love believe that they can rely on their splashy image on- and offline to convince clients of satisfactory results.
These disincentives paired with the elimination of potentially desirable matches leads to a limited pool, often hidden from sight.
Sometimes [cityname] agencies aren’t even fully aware of how many available matches are in their database; follow-up calls to ensure their local singles are indeed still in [cityname][citystate] and single are few and far between, so inactive members are still counted as active potential partners.
But lately, the game has been changing, and your parent’s dating agencies are getting left behind in the dust.
Consider this – in the old days, prospective singles could meet and mingle at the public dances or church socials, but this has fallen out of favor.