Single young professionals dating

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In fact, the percentage of Elite Singles members who are university-educated members is double the national average, which means the odds of finding a like-minded single are in your favour!

Recent statistics suggest that Australians are working far beyond the average 40 hour work week, meaning many of Australia’s single professionals end up putting their romances to the side while they focus on career and work life.

Today about 82% of its users have earned a bachelor’s, master’s, or doctorate degree.

And we expect that number is only going to grow — as the site sees more than 165,000 new signups every month.

It can be hard to find time to date when you’re a busy professional working long hours, but we really believe that the Relationship Questionnaire is worth the time investment – after all, it covers all of the core values that’ll help your new relationship go the distance.

Character, adaptability, humour and ambition are just a few of the dimensions that we take into consideration, so you can be sure that you’ll find people who share the same priorities as you when it matters most.

But while many of Australia's single professionals agree, finding a partner suiting their personality and lifestyle can prove difficult – especially for individuals who have certain partner criteria in mind.

We know that your time is precious, as such our platform is designed with you in mind, to save you time and maximise your chances of success.

Our intelligent matchmaking system allows us to introduce you to those most suitable to your personality, lifestyle and given search criteria.

Whether you went to college, trade school, or opened your own business, if you’re a successful professional, you’ve probably worked really hard to get to where you are.

Staying up late, giving up your weekends, and missing out on time spent with your loved ones are some of the sacrifices you may have made.

The Catch22 community includes graduate students and young professionals aged 22-40 who have attended the nation's top universities and colleges.

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