As well as being successful and business- minded, Elite Singles members have one other major thing in common: their desire to find a relationship that is going to last.Indeed, a majority of our clients are dating with marriage as the end goal.
Our matchmaking success is due in large part to our membership base.With an average age of 30 -55, many of our members are vibrant, dynamic professionals who make an effort to balance dating with a thriving business life.Emily‘s first and only serious relationship (that she’s currently in) is with a Jewish guy she met at college.He’s from New York, she’s from New York, it’s very basic. Jessica has dated mostly non-Jews, which includes her current two-year relationship.This is something many Jewish singles know only too well: there just aren’t that many day-to-day opportunities to find a mutually supportive, long-term relationship with someone who shares your core values.
Perhaps this is why many of the UK's Jewish singles are taking the search for love into their own hands – rather than waiting for opportunity to knock they are actively making opportunities happen.Al is engaged to a non-Jewish-but-considering-conversion-maybe-eventually-woman. She’s dated Jews and non-Jews and she’s dated (in her words) “I guess a lot.” Let’s dive in…Molly: I’ve never felt any explicit pressure from my family.He’s a Newfoundlander, which is (according to Jessica) “an East Coast Canadian that’s basically Irish.” She’s had one serious Jewish boyfriend (her last relationship), and of all her past partners her parents “disapproved of him the most.” Hannah has had two serious relationships; she dated her high school boyfriend from when she was 13 to when she was just about 18.Then she was single for the next four years, and now she’s in her second serious relationship with a guy she met in a Judaic Studies seminar on Jewish humor (“of all places”).For those who are on the Jewish dating scene because they too desire marriage, this is welcome news.