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The 15 Best Cities for Single Millennials [+Medium Income]

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The 15 Best Cities for Single Millennials

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There’s no doubt that millennials—those born between 1981 and 1996—live very differently from their parents and other generations. Millennials are rewriting the rules of work, homeownership, dating, and marriage.

According to Census data, the median age for an individual’s first marriage has been steadily increasing over time. In 2018, the median age for a first marriage was nearly 30 for men and almost 28 for women, up from 23 for men and 21 for women in 1970.

In addition to putting off marriage, millennials are also more likely to be single with “no steady partner.” Data from the independent research organization NORC at the University of Chicago shows that more than 50 percent of 18 to 34 year olds don’t have a steady partner and only 28 percent are currently married. This means that there are more young singles than ever.Chart showing rates of the single population over the years

Whether happily single or actively searching for someone to settle down with, single millennials benefit from living in places that offer a wide range of high-paying jobs, plenty to do, and a large pool of other young singles to socialize with. To find the best metro areas for single millennials, researchers at Insurantly analyzed data from the U.S. Census Bureau and created a composite score based on the following factors:

  • Millennial share of the total population: the share of the total population born between 1981 and 1996
  • Share of millennials that are single: the share of millennials that are not married
  • Gender balance for single millennials: the male-female ratio among single millennials
  • Percentage of single millennials employed full-time: the percentage of single millennials with full-time jobs
  • Median income for full-time millennials: the median annual income for millennials working full-time jobs
  • Arts, entertainment, and recreation businesses density: the number of arts, entertainment, and recreation businesses per 10,000 people

Only major metropolitan areas with at least 500,000 people were included in the analysis. Metros were then ranked based on their final composite score.

Interestingly, among millennials nationwide, there are about 14 percent more single men than women; single guys outnumber single girls in almost every major metro. While many of the best cities for single millennials still show an imbalance between single men and women, the ratio tends to be more balanced than average.
Heat map showing single millennials gender balance

The 15 Best Cities for Single Millennials

#15 – Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson, IN

Indianapolis, Indiana

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  • Overall score: 82.52
  • Millennial share of total population: 21.9%
  • Share of millennials that are single: 64.3%
  • Gender balance for single millennials: 0.5% more women
  • Percentage of single millennials employed full-time: 56.3%
  • Median income for full-time millennials: $40,000
  • Arts, entertainment, & recreation businesses density: 3.79

The Indianapolis metro area has nearly equal numbers of single millennial men and women, with only 0.5 percent more single millennial women than men. The eight-mile long Indianapolis Cultural Trail offers single millennials a terrific place to socialize. This pedestrian and bike trail provides easy access to restaurants and shops and connects downtown to several cultural districts.

#14 – Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, FL

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  • Overall score: 82.52
  • Millennial share of total population: 23.7%
  • Share of millennials that are single: 68.6%
  • Gender balance for single millennials: 5.7% more men
  • Percentage of single millennials employed full-time: 52.0%
  • Median income for full-time millennials: $32,000
  • Arts, entertainment, & recreation businesses density: 4.48

Not just retirees and families with small kids call Orlando home. Millennials make up nearly one-quarter of the population, and the metro area has much more than theme parks to keep millennials entertained. Millennials can visit one of the area’s many craft breweries or head to Wekiva Springs to cool off in the 72-degree water.


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#13 – Charleston-North Charleston, SC

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  • Overall score: 83.33
  • Millennial share of total population: 24.0%
  • Share of millennials that are single: 67.4%
  • Gender balance for single millennials: 12.5% more men
  • Percentage of single millennials employed full-time: 59.8%
  • Median income for full-time millennials: $35,600
  • Arts, entertainment, & recreation businesses density: 4.11

In recent years, Charleston has become a millennial magnet. A flourishing tech start-up economy coupled with a thriving restaurant and arts scene have helped to attract droves of young residents, of which nearly two-thirds are unmarried.

#12 – Baltimore-Columbia-Towson, MD

Baltimore, Maryland

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  • Overall score: 83.66
  • Millennial share of total population: 22.6%
  • Share of millennials that are single: 66.8%
  • Gender balance for single millennials: 11.0% more men
  • Percentage of single millennials employed full-time: 52.8%
  • Median income for full-time millennials: $45,000
  • Arts, entertainment, & recreation businesses density: 3.83

Birthplace of the bottle cap, Baltimore has stayed true to its roots, developing a thriving local brewery scene. The area’s large millennial population enjoys the elusive combination of affordable housing and top-tier job opportunities that the D.C. area helps bring to the region. Young singles can enjoy sailing and endless views of the Baltimore inner harbor.

#11 – Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA

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  • Overall score: 83.82
  • Millennial share of total population: 24.2%
  • Share of millennials that are single: 72.0%
  • Gender balance for single millennials: 14.4% more men
  • Percentage of single millennials employed full-time: 48.4%
  • Median income for full-time millennials: $40,000
  • Arts, entertainment, & recreation businesses density: 12.40

It’s no surprise that L.A. is popular among millennials. Beautiful weather, beaches, and a thriving restaurant/bar scene give single millennials plenty to do. Los Angeles has the highest proportion of single millennials on this list; that combined with a vibrant culture means that there is no shortage of opportunities to meet new people.

#10 – Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO

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  • Overall score: 84.07
  • Millennial share of total population: 24.2%
  • Share of millennials that are single: 62.1%
  • Gender balance for single millennials: 16.0% more men
  • Percentage of single millennials employed full-time: 61.6%
  • Median income for full-time millennials: $43,700
  • Arts, entertainment, & recreation businesses density: 4.20

Young, active millennials in the Denver metro area can go skiing in the winter or mountain biking and hiking in the summer. But millennials in the “Mile High City” are not all play and no work. The metro area boasts a strong job market and has the highest percentage of single millennials employed full-time at over 61 percent.

#9 – Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE-MD

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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  • Overall score: 84.40
  • Millennial share of total population: 22.3%
  • Share of millennials that are single: 71.6%
  • Gender balance for single millennials: 6.1% more men
  • Percentage of single millennials employed full-time: 49.5%
  • Median income for full-time millennials: $42,000
  • Arts, entertainment, & recreation businesses density: 3.77

At more than 71 percent, Philadelphia has one of the largest populations of single millennials. Philly’s numerous breweries, live music venues, and farmers markets give young residents plenty to do in their free time. All of these also make great date spots for the large single population.

#8 – Nashville-Davidson–Murfreesboro–Franklin, TN

Nashville, Tennessee

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  • Overall score: 84.64
  • Millennial share of total population: 23.3%
  • Share of millennials that are single: 60.4%
  • Gender balance for single millennials: 3.7% more men
  • Percentage of single millennials employed full-time: 57.1%
  • Median income for full-time millennials: $38,000
  • Arts, entertainment, & recreation businesses density: 6.54

Millennials in Nashville take advantage of its restaurants, live music, and emerging arts scene. Single millennials in Nashville also do well in the job market, with over 57 percent working in full-time jobs. While the median income for full-time millennials is lower than most locations on this list, so is the cost of living.


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#7 – Albany-Schenectady-Troy, NY

The State government buildings in Albany, New York

The State government buildings in Albany, New York

  • Overall score: 84.97
  • Millennial share of total population: 20.9%
  • Share of millennials that are single: 71.3%
  • Gender balance for single millennials: 10.7% more men
  • Percentage of single millennials employed full-time: 52.9%
  • Median income for full-time millennials: $45,000
  • Arts, entertainment, & recreation businesses density: 4.63

The capital of New York is home to a large millennial population, of which over 71 percent are single. Downtown Albany is the place to be for millennials, boasting cocktail bars, beer gardens, and craft coffee houses. The metro area’s harsh winters do not deter young residents from enjoying the outdoors. Hockey and ice skating are both popular winter activities.

#6 – Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV

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  • Overall score: 85.70
  • Millennial share of total population: 23.3%
  • Share of millennials that are single: 66.0%
  • Gender balance for single millennials: 10.2% more men
  • Percentage of single millennials employed full-time: 56.2%
  • Median income for full-time millennials: $52,000
  • Arts, entertainment, & recreation businesses density: 3.52

Well-educated young people flock to the Washington, D.C. area after college to find jobs and enjoy the big city life. Nearly two-thirds of D.C.’s large millennial population is single, creating an active dating scene in the nation’s capital.

#5 – Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI

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  • Overall score: 85.95
  • Millennial share of total population: 22.6%
  • Share of millennials that are single: 68.6%
  • Gender balance for single millennials: 7.1% more men
  • Percentage of single millennials employed full-time: 52.4%
  • Median income for full-time millennials: $43,000
  • Arts, entertainment, & recreation businesses density: 3.82

While Chicago millennials must put up with brutal winters, they enjoy reliable public transportation, world-class restaurants, and a flourishing nightlife. Compared to New York and San Francisco, the Windy City is a more affordable place for millennials to call home.

#4 – Austin-Round Rock, TX

The Austin Skyline in Austin, Texas, shines on a late afternoon. The iconic Austin highrises are reflected in Lady Bird Lake.

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  • Overall score: 86.36
  • Millennial share of total population: 26.1%
  • Share of millennials that are single: 64.0%
  • Gender balance for single millennials: 14.6% more men
  • Percentage of single millennials employed full-time: 57.7%
  • Median income for full-time millennials: $43,000
  • Arts, entertainment, & recreation businesses density: 4.37

The “Live Music Capital of the World” claims the largest percentage of millennials on the list, with this age group making up 26.1 percent of the population. In addition, 64 percent of these millennials are not married. Austin boasts not only a fantastic live music scene and wealth of outdoor recreation activities, but also a burgeoning tech hub with plenty of high-paying job opportunities.

#3 – San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, CA

San Francisco, California

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  • Overall score: 88.32
  • Millennial share of total population: 24.0%
  • Share of millennials that are single: 68.1%
  • Gender balance for single millennials: 13.2% more men
  • Percentage of single millennials employed full-time: 53.9%
  • Median income for full-time millennials: $60,000
  • Arts, entertainment, & recreation businesses density: 4.37

Well-known millennial hotbed San Francisco is home to a large proportion of single millennials, many of whom work demanding (and well-paying) jobs. Despite exorbitant housing costs, the Bay Area has a great foodie scene, hundreds of bars, and plenty of activities to keep singles busy in their free time.

#2 – New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA

New York City, New York

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  • Overall score: 88.81
  • Millennial share of total population: 22.9%
  • Share of millennials that are single: 69.9%
  • Gender balance for single millennials: 8.3% more men
  • Percentage of single millennials employed full-time: 51.4%
  • Median income for full-time millennials: $48,000
  • Arts, entertainment, & recreation businesses density: 6.07

A large majority of the Big Apple’s sizable millennial population is single. The New York metro is home to many restaurants, bars, and clubs, so single millennials can take a break from dating apps and meet other singles the old-fashioned way. In addition to its social and cultural perks, New York offers a consistent supply of high-paying jobs for young professionals—most notably in technology and finance.


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#1 – Boston-Cambridge-Newton, MA-NH

Boston, Massachusetts

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  • Overall score: 91.34
  • Millennial share of total population: 23.4%
  • Share of millennials that are single: 69.4%
  • Gender balance for single millennials: 7.0% more men
  • Percentage of single millennials employed full-time: 52.7%
  • Median income for full-time millennials: $50,000
  • Arts, entertainment, & recreation businesses density: 5.08

Boston claims the number one spot on the list with a large number of single millennials, high-paying jobs, and no shortage of entertainment. Young, single Boston residents find that the metro area offers a number of unique spots for dates, including watching a ball game at Fenway Park, taking a stroll around Cambridge, or enjoying the 360-degree views of Boston while having dinner at the Top of the Hub.

Methodology

The data on the millennial share of the total population, the share of millennials that are single, the percentage of single millennials employed full-time, the median income for full-time millennials, and the singles gender balance for millennials is from the 2017 American Community Survey Public Use Microdata Sample (ACS PUMS) dataset.

Data on the density of arts, entertainment, and recreation businesses comes from the Census Bureau’s County Business Patterns report and is defined as the number of arts, entertainment, and recreation establishments per 10,000 people in a metropolitan area.

Metro areas were scored for each of the six statistics, and a composite score was created by taking the average of the six scores. Metro areas were then ranked by the composite score. Only metro areas that have at least 500,000 people were included in the final rankings.

The Pew Research Center’s definition of millennials is people born from 1981 to 1996; therefore, people aged 21-36 are used in the analysis of the ACS PUMS data.

Full Results

Metro AreaScoreMillennial Share of PopulationShare of Millennials that are SingleGender Balance for Single MillennialsSingle Millennials Employed Full-TimeMedian Income for Full-Time MillennialsArts, Entertainment, & Recreation Businesses
Boston-Cambridge-Newton, MA-NH91.3423.4%69.4%7.0% more men52.7%$50,0005.08
New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA88.8122.9%69.9%8.3% more men51.4%$48,0006.07
San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, CA88.3224.0%68.1%13.2% more men53.9%$60,0004.37
Austin-Round Rock, TX86.3626.1%64.0%14.6% more men57.7%$43,0004.37
Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI85.9522.6%68.6%7.1% more men52.4%$43,0003.82
Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV85.7023.3%66.0%10.2% more men56.2%$52,0003.52
Albany-Schenectady-Troy, NY84.9720.9%71.3%10.7% more men52.9%$45,0004.63
Nashville-Davidson--Murfreesboro--Franklin, TN84.6423.3%60.4%3.7% more men57.1%$38,0006.54
Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE-MD84.4022.3%71.6%6.1% more men49.5%$42,0003.77
Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO84.0724.2%62.1%16.0% more men61.6%$43,7004.20
Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA83.8224.2%72.0%14.4% more men48.4%$40,00012.40
Baltimore-Columbia-Towson, MD83.6622.6%66.8%11.0% more men52.8%$45,0003.83
Charleston-North Charleston, SC83.3324.0%67.4%12.5% more men59.8%$35,6004.11
Indianapolis-Carmel-Anderson, IN82.5221.9%64.3%0.5% more women56.3%$40,0003.79
Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, FL82.5223.7%68.6%5.7% more men52.0%$32,0004.48
Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, WA82.4325.1%60.9%20.1% more men54.9%$50,0004.27
Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI82.2722.7%61.8%13.4% more men53.5%$45,0004.82
New Orleans-Metairie, LA82.1122.4%74.9%1.8% more women49.6%$35,0004.03
Portland-Vancouver-Hillsboro, OR-WA81.3723.4%64.1%16.2% more men52.6%$40,1004.36
Richmond, VA81.0522.2%65.9%1.6% more men50.7%$39,0003.96
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia, NC-SC81.0521.7%65.5%5.9% more men54.2%$38,0004.13
Buffalo-Cheektowaga-Niagara Falls, NY80.6421.5%70.1%8.7% more men51.1%$40,0004.20
Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA80.4722.2%65.3%2.5% more men53.0%$38,0003.65
Providence-Warwick, RI-MA80.2321.6%70.8%11.9% more men45.9%$41,2604.70
Milwaukee-Waukesha-West Allis, WI79.9021.8%67.8%6.2% more men50.1%$40,0004.14
Grand Rapids-Wyoming, MI79.4923.1%57.0%7.3% more men55.7%$38,0003.87
Columbus, OH79.2524.2%64.5%10.8% more men53.7%$40,0003.22
New Haven-Milford, CT78.8421.8%75.0%15.2% more men46.4%$46,6003.61
Raleigh, NC78.5122.2%59.3%2.5% more men54.5%$40,0003.50
Harrisburg-Carlisle, PA78.1020.8%63.5%2.6% more men51.8%$42,0003.62
Santa Rosa, CA77.7821.0%66.7%17.7% more men50.9%$42,0004.88
Las Vegas-Henderson-Paradise, NV77.7022.8%67.9%17.9% more men52.1%$35,0004.85
Pittsburgh, PA77.4520.4%66.1%16.1% more men52.3%$40,5004.38
Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach, FL77.3720.9%73.1%11.4% more men50.2%$34,4004.93
Worcester, MA-CT77.1220.2%72.4%9.3% more men47.4%$45,0003.28
Cleveland-Elyria, OH77.0420.2%69.4%2.3% more men48.7%$40,0003.67
Salt Lake City, UT76.9625.0%55.8%10.4% more men53.8%$38,0003.43
Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Newport News, VA-NC76.9625.3%63.5%21.7% more men56.0%$36,4503.54
Columbia, SC76.8822.3%71.0%5.4% more men52.2%$33,5002.63
Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, CT76.8819.5%68.0%16.6% more men47.6%$48,0006.46
Hartford-West Hartford-East Hartford, CT76.8020.9%70.6%16.7% more men47.2%$45,0004.09
San Diego-Carlsbad, CA76.7225.6%65.7%28.4% more men50.3%$40,0003.80
San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA76.6324.3%61.7%39.8% more men53.8%$65,0003.06
Akron, OH76.2321.5%71.3%5.8% more men45.7%$38,7003.31
Springfield, MA76.0620.8%74.9%7.6% more men45.7%$40,0003.68
Cape Coral-Fort Myers, FL75.9816.4%68.9%0.5% more men52.1%$31,0004.04
Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL75.9020.3%68.7%5.4% more men52.3%$35,0003.60
Portland-South Portland, ME75.7419.9%67.6%15.7% more men46.5%$41,0007.01
Rochester, NY75.1621.2%70.3%16.7% more men46.6%$40,0004.46
Jacksonville, FL74.9222.3%63.7%8.8% more men53.6%$35,0003.38
Syracuse, NY74.6721.1%71.0%15.6% more men45.4%$38,0004.48
Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura, CA74.6721.4%67.5%24.2% more men49.4%$40,0005.27
Memphis, TN-MS-AR74.2622.6%70.1%0.4% more men48.4%$32,0002.31
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX74.1022.9%59.6%12.0% more men55.1%$40,0002.75
Omaha-Council Bluffs, NE-IA74.1022.1%57.8%27.5% more men58.1%$40,0003.91
Cincinnati, OH-KY-IN74.0221.7%63.9%12.1% more men52.1%$40,0003.46
Des Moines-West Des Moines, IA74.0221.8%57.7%17.3% more men66.5%$40,0003.68
Asheville, NC73.9417.9%65.1%13.7% more men55.0%$32,2004.72
Kansas City, MO-KS73.9421.8%61.5%11.2% more men56.8%$40,0003.22
Little Rock-North Little Rock-Conway, AR73.7722.4%62.4%0.0% more men51.2%$35,0002.84
St. Louis, MO-IL73.7721.1%62.4%9.9% more men51.5%$40,0003.72
Colorado Springs, CO73.7724.8%55.0%33.0% more men53.9%$36,9003.77
Albuquerque, NM73.6922.0%72.5%8.5% more men46.7%$33,5003.12
Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, PA-NJ73.2019.5%68.2%14.8% more men51.6%$40,0003.65
Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, TX73.1223.2%61.2%9.7% more men52.0%$40,0002.32
Toledo, OH73.0422.0%68.3%5.0% more men47.0%$35,0002.96
Urban Honolulu, HI72.4724.3%59.6%37.3% more men57.5%$40,0002.59
North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton, FL72.0614.9%66.9%10.4% more men50.1%$34,5004.48
Sacramento--Roseville--Arden-Arcade, CA71.9822.5%65.7%8.8% more men43.9%$40,0002.86
Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale, AZ71.9022.1%66.2%19.4% more men53.7%$36,5002.66
Jackson, MS71.7322.4%67.0%6.3% more women48.2%$35,0002.51
Detroit-Warren-Dearborn, MI71.4120.9%68.8%13.3% more men49.1%$40,0003.03
Baton Rouge, LA71.0823.3%68.9%19.0% more men44.8%$40,0002.67
Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach, FL71.0017.3%72.1%12.2% more men49.9%$30,0003.85
Lafayette, LA70.5921.3%62.9%0.5% more men49.3%$35,0003.12
Louisville/Jefferson County, KY-IN70.2621.5%63.4%11.0% more men47.5%$35,4003.75
Lancaster, PA69.8520.8%56.1%14.5% more men51.5%$40,7703.37
Birmingham-Hoover, AL69.6920.9%63.5%5.0% more men50.7%$35,0002.86
Dayton, OH69.5320.8%63.9%0.1% more men46.4%$37,0002.70
Ogden-Clearfield, UT68.9523.3%45.7%19.5% more men52.0%$40,0002.76
Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville, FL68.3817.6%69.7%10.1% more men46.0%$35,0003.38
Greensboro-High Point, NC68.3819.9%70.6%6.1% more men45.2%$32,0003.09
Tucson, AZ68.2221.6%70.4%19.6% more men45.4%$35,0003.14
San Antonio-New Braunfels, TX68.2223.6%64.3%16.1% more men51.0%$34,0002.54
Winston-Salem, NC67.2418.9%64.8%8.6% more men49.9%$33,0003.25
Spokane-Spokane Valley, WA67.1621.1%61.9%8.4% more men45.7%$36,0103.11
Greenville-Anderson-Mauldin, SC67.0820.7%63.0%9.7% more men52.5%$32,0002.81
Oklahoma City, OK67.0823.1%57.8%31.3% more men50.7%$38,0002.88
Provo-Orem, UT66.9927.4%43.3%28.7% more men36.9%$39,0003.45
Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, CA66.2623.0%65.5%17.0% more men41.8%$35,0002.08
Fresno, CA66.2624.3%66.2%14.2% more men38.5%$34,6001.79
El Paso, TX65.8524.3%65.3%26.5% more men48.8%$30,0001.88
Lakeland-Winter Haven, FL65.6019.7%65.7%3.9% more men48.8%$29,9802.08
Augusta-Richmond County, GA-SC65.3621.9%71.4%23.4% more men40.2%$31,0002.93
Wichita, KS65.2821.6%55.4%31.8% more men52.3%$35,0003.47
Chattanooga, TN-GA64.0520.8%60.5%9.5% more men46.1%$34,0003.17
McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, TX63.3222.2%62.2%7.4% more men41.2%$28,0001.15
Modesto, CA62.7522.9%61.4%23.2% more men44.7%$36,0001.75
Boise City, ID62.0121.3%57.8%38.0% more men50.3%$33,0003.41
Bakersfield, CA61.4424.2%61.8%28.7% more men32.5%$35,0001.58
Youngstown-Warren-Boardman, OH-PA61.1117.8%66.6%18.9% more men41.3%$30,0003.43
Stockton-Lodi, CA61.0322.1%64.4%24.4% more men41.1%$35,0001.84
Knoxville, TN57.6820.2%60.7%16.9% more men45.0%$33,7002.59

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