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Old 08-03-2017, 04:17 PM
 
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I'm a single straight professional in my early 30s considering moving to Tucson for a job. I've lived all over the US, and there are aspects of Tucson that I find appealing over somewhere like bigger east coast cities (access to nature and hiking, short commute, low cost of living). Ideally I'd love to live somewhere like Austin, but jobs in my industry are rare there.
I've spoken to some people in my demographic who love it, and others who say they found it difficult to date and/or make friends their age. So for those that know, how is the social/ dating pool for older millennials?
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Old 08-04-2017, 12:14 PM
 
Location: Tucson, AZ
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I have heard that Tucson's not quite as up and up with the latest app/online trends as bigger and hipper metros, but the social/dating pool is just fine. No offense to the people you've spoken with, but I'm a numbers person and this is a city of about 1,000,000 with a fairly normalized demographic so if you have trouble dating or socializing here you will likely have trouble anywhere.

In short, if you like Tucson otherwise, I wouldn't let dating naysayers scare you off!
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Old 08-05-2017, 05:57 PM
 
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I'm a single straight professional in my early 30s considering moving to Tucson for a job. I've lived all over the US, and there are aspects of Tucson that I find appealing over somewhere like bigger east coast cities (access to nature and hiking, short commute, low cost of living). Ideally I'd love to live somewhere like Austin, but jobs in my industry are rare there.
I've spoken to some people in my demographic who love it, and others who say they found it difficult to date and/or make friends their age. So for those that know, how is the social/ dating pool for older millennials?
I think you'll like it! Lots of great people of all ages.
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