The median gap among all 102 metro areas I considered was 29.7 percent -- right between New York City and Chicago.
Since most romance is local, I've spent the last few days sorting through Census data on the country's 100 or so largest metro areas to figure out where the disparities are worst -- or in other words, where a college-educated woman might have the hardest time finding a good date.
(Scroll down to the bottom to see the results in a sortable table.
The townhouse it’s in was built in 1871, and later converted to five luxury units.
Are you looking to settle down one day with a young, college-educated man?
Only Seattle, Washington, Detroit, Oakland, and San Francisco are more hellish—which is saying something, given Boston’s justly earned reputation for awful traffic and discourteous drivers.