Some people are dilettantes while others, like Gary D.
Online, it’s been harder to catch women’s attention, harder to get them to schedule a date and they cancel dates more frequently.
When we do meet in person, it’s been harder to capture their interest and nearly impossible to find one interested in a relationship.
In a blog post titled “You’ve Got Male: Amazon’s Growth Impacting Seattle’s Dating Scene,” Reifman says that the retail conglomerate’s rapid expansion—Amazon’s Seattle workforce has increased nearly fivefold over the past few years, with its number of Seattle employees up from 5,000 to 25,000 since 2010—has affected his ability to get a date.
Approximately 75 percent of Amazon’s workforce is male, and Reifman argues that there simply aren’t enough available single women in the city to go around: Over the past two years, I’ve personally found dating in Seattle has become increasingly difficult.
The pool also has a hydrojet and is overlooked by two vast conservatories, dotted with large planters containing citrus trees.