There are 38.6 gyms and fitness centers per million people in the area, but if you want to take your workout outdoors, this is a good place to be: Encased in rain forest with a famously outdoorsy culture, Portland is an urban hiker's paradise. Meet a dude—it's been ranked as the third best city for dating. You and your guy can happily reduce both of your risks for all major diseases by indulging in a seriously healthy diet: San Diego residents eat an average of about 34 servings of fruit and vegetables a week. has the smallest gender pay gap; women earn 91 percent of what men do annually. is awash in time-saving conveniences, like professional organizers, certified personal trainers, and restaurants with takeout.On a more somber note, its female citizens are also least likely to die of breast cancer. Why it's great for women: It's ranked third on the AHDI—that measure that calculates education, life expectancy, and median earnings for women. And women can spend that extra cash at one of the city's many farmer's markets—it boasts the highest number of farmers' markets per capita. If you live there you will also be very fit; women in D. are more likely to exercise consistently—possibly in one of the city's myriad parks, including the 800-acre Great Falls Park and 1700-plus acre Rock Creek Park.Online dating brings singles together who may never otherwise meet.It's a big world and the community wants to help you connect with singles in your area.Pew Research Center has released an interactive map showing what the "marriage market" looks like for women in different cities.It also has a breakdown of all metro areas in America, in case you want to see the prospects in your own city.
San Francisco also rated 10th in a Gallup-Healthways poll of fittest cities, has the second lowest obesity rate in the country, and boasts one of the easiest urban areas to escape to when you tire of the trolleys: Mount Tamalpais State Park, which has 6,300 acres of wild grasslands, chaparral, redwoods, and wildflowers only 20 miles north of the city. In 2004 the research firm Teasley published findings that ranked San Francisco as the best place to find a rich, single man in the United States, as measured by the city's single male "Golden Ratio" of 140 percent, and specifically accounting for the large percentage of gay males (which is considerably less than people tend to believe at about 15 percent).
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But for young, single, straight men looking to settle down, living in these metro areas might be a good idea.
The smaller pool of employed, single men means more potential dates—and less competition.