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From my personal experiences and from people I'd know, as well as from reading past C-D threads, I would say, compared to NYC, Denver has a MUCH greater ratio of single men to single women (some have called it "Menver"-- most bars here are 75% dudes, it seems like), people in Denver get married at a much earlier age, and people in Denver who grew up here tend to make friends & date within well established social circles/ cliques that go back to college, high school, and before.
The job market varies tremendously depending on what city you're talking about...
similar with the dating market-- wouldn't you expect? I have a lot of things going for me, and some things working against me, some of which I can improve on, some which I have no control over.
Seems like practically everybody I know here is married/engaged/in a relationship, and they met while they were in college, or through friends of friends.
I don't have that vast network of friends, since the people I grew up with have all gone their separate ways. Also, NYC has a very different mix of ethnic/racial groups than Denver; Denver, like much of middle America, seems to be dominated by white people of northern/central European descent-- NYC is much more diverse and has a huge mix of people from all over the world.
Not even close to east coast cities such as NYC or Montreal or Miami.