The Randoms-When Most Drop the "L" Word

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Looking for love this Valentine's Day? You may need to take a trip to California. According to a new study by WalletHub, California is the number one state for singles. If you can’t make it to California by Wednesday, here are some other options: Florida came in at number two and New York was the third best state for singles looking to mingle. You may want to avoid Arkansas, though. It ranked as the worst state for those looking for a soulmate. (Moneyish)

        

Speaking of love … When do most people drop the L word for the first time? According to a new survey, more than 50 percent of respondents said they would wait at least three months before saying I love you for the first time. 33 percent of women and 29 percent of men were somewhere in between, saying they would say those three little words between one and three months into the relationship. But when it came to early L word users, men were more than twice as likely than women to say I love you after only knowing someone for a week. Five percent of men said they’d profess their love after one week compared to 2 percent of women. (Elite Daily)

        

But you better keep your finances in order if you want to be lucky in love … Some new surveys show that debt makes you less attractive to a potential partner. A survey by personal finance site Credible revealed that 1 in 5 people decided not to date someone because that person had debt. And according to a recent survey by Finder.com, 76 percent of Americans said that credit card debt was a reason to get out of a relationship. How much credit card debt? Just over $11,500 was the average amount that people said was a deal breaker. And another survey, this one by Gobankingrates.com, found that 28 percent of people said having too much debt was a reason to end a relationship. (Moneyish)

        

And tread lightly when it comes to office romance … A new survey of human resources professionals found that one in three office romances end with at least one person being fired. But even though office romances usually don’t end well, one in four workers said they have been involved (or are currently involved) with a co-worker, according to the Society for Human Resource Management. (NY Post)

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