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Nevertheless, the numbers should be somewhat encouraging for the uncoupled, in that 55 percent of all Arlington adults are not married. “I’m happy enough with who I am, what I do and being active.It would be nice to have someone, but I’m fine.” She has tried online dating but hasn’t had much luck.Hacker X’s speed dating approach lets job seekers meet with 10–20 local businesses in less than two hours and the fun, casual environment relieves the interview pressure.A big thanks to Hacker X for getting us involved and to all the talented developers that came by.
Searching for a soul mate—or even just someone to watch a movie with—seemed far less complicated when the Internet was in its nascent stages and “social media” was a term that had yet to enter the American lexicon.“Arlington has become so young.” DONNELLY ISN' T the only one who feels like an outsider in a landscape she imagines as filled with Abercrombie-clad dudes and chicks, fluttering between bar crawls and the gym.She assumes that the majority of locals claiming “single” as their Facebook status are under 30. In fact, more than half of Arlington residents between the ages of 30 and 39 are unmarried, according to the county planning division.“All of a sudden I was single and all my friends were couples.I took some time to rediscover things I hadn’t done in a long time, such as building up my professional and social ties. I was rudderless for a while, and didn’t like being home alone.” Like many who are single the second time around, Erik still prefers to meet women the old-fashioned way, in casual social settings.