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Nearly 60% who don't use apps say they meet people through friends and 63% of younger millennials (18 to 24-years-old) say that's also their go-to way.
When they're not swiping for matches, 75% of Tinder users also say they like meeting people through friends.
So it's no wonder why 27% of singles say try to find love at their place of work. "But since you are there most of the day don’t be afraid to get to know someone you find attractive in a professional way first," national certified counselor, Dr. If you and your coworkers like going to happy hours after work, it's a great opportunity to socialize and make more personal connections.
If your friend has a cute sibling or coworker, ask them to set you up."Not only can you get the 411 on who this person is and what they’re like, you already have your friend’s stamp of approval," she says.Meeting through friends was the number one way singles meet people."Everyone is single and looking." While you might get a "few bad apples" who aren't single, it's still worth trying out.If events aren't your style, you can try contacting matchmakers in your area and ask to be put in their free database.