According to a new “Singles in America” survey conducted by the dating site “Match,” 30 percent of millennials feel their financial situation is holding them back from pursuing a relationship.
Basically, dating is just too expensive.
That’s partly because many millennials are fighting an uphill battle financially, dealing with student debt and rising living costs.
But in addition to that, some experts told USA Today dating rituals have changed.
First dates have become more elaborate and expensive.
21 percent of millennials believe they need to reach a certain income level to even pursue a relationship.
What do you say? Does no money mean no honey?
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