You might move to a city for a better job or a fresh start, but what about moving for a livelier—and wealthier—dating scene?
Money crunched the numbers and ranked the best cities in the country for single people who just so happen to make a lot of money. Naturally, we looked at those cities where the median income was highest overall. We then took those well-heeled places and searched for the ones where the percentage of single people was above the national average of 40%. And because single people need places to mingle (and co-mingle) we also give extra weight to those cities with a large variety of dating spots, from bars and restaurants to sports arenas, theaters, and museums.
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