An interesting item is that 70 percent of graduates from the Swanson School of Engineering successfully found a full-time job.
Ironically, the school’s rate of six percent of graduates “not employed and seeking employment,” is tied for the largest relative to the other school’s percentages.
Also, Los Angeles, which boasts 164,000 Jewish singles, is still described as a very difficult place for Jewish Singles to find a match due to its great distances, its mobility and a lack of a central hub where Jewish singles tend to live.
The 164,000 Jewish singles over the age of 18 have diverse interests in activities, relationships and Judaism, but they wait longer to get married, instead pursuing education and careers and will tend not to belong to Jewish institutions. Two Toronto Jewish singles have been at the forefront of a very ambitious initiative to try and halt and even reverse the decline in Jewish demographics.
San Francisco is among the top 10 metro areas for population density, with more than 800,000 people packed into a central city the size of Disney World. is well known for its eccentricities, but it is also a high-functioning city.While this number is somewhat promising, it begs questions: Who is the other 44 percent?What is the University of Pittsburgh doing to ensure employment opportunities for this group?Still, some cities are better than others for older singles, especially those who are seeking some place to retire.We plied the country to find 10 great cities in which to retire for older singles, focusing primarily on places with convivial locals, a solid percentage of AARP-age residents and, of course, a lot of things to do — either solo or with a date.