Based on your personality test scores, education, income and location, your matches represent your best shot at dating success with us. Looking at a dating site’s members sure can teach you a thing or two…
Mature, intelligent and romantic, a typical Elite Singles member holds at least a Bachelor’s degree, is aged between 30-55, and dating online to find a serious long-term relationship.
From LGBT singles, to Christian singles, to our Asian dating community, there are singles from every walk of life looking for love with us.
As long as you’re looking for love, you’re welcome here!
But you’re not alone on this - 80% of our members would consider dating a single parent, and many have experienced divorce or separation themselves.
If you’re ready to get back into the dating game, we’re here to help you find love again.
Elite Singles members tend to have a lot in common: they’re aged 30-55, they’re well educated, and they’re looking for long-term love.
Besides that though, our members are a fairly diverse bunch!
Our steady stream of new members ensures there’s always brand new singles to connect with each week and – with educated, professional singles using our service right across the U. If you’re looking to meet a teacher, dating with Elite Singles is an excellent choice.
Does this sound like somewhere you could find love? While it’s undoubtedly true that teachers are some of the most compassionate and educated people among us, dating a teacher can be tough at times.
Much like dating a cop, dating a nurse, or dating someone in the military, dating a teacher soon teaches you that they tend to have incredibly busy schedules, pretty much every date night is also a school night, and spontaneous vacations are a big no-no – it’ll just have to wait for the summer!
Fisher said, referring to the lists of users who have looked at your Story. According to a spokesperson, the order is “based on a number of signals including people who recently viewed your story, accounts you interact with the most on Instagram, and more.”The mystery has spawned endless ideas about the ranking of handles.
In a thread on Reddit, users have documented experiments in which they altered various factors like how often they looked at a friend’s profile, or how often they liked photos on a profile, to see which ones had an effect on the order and which ones did not.