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Chemistry, personality, lifestyle, situation, values and timing still have to sync up, and none of that can be boiled down to numbers."Even with the higher men-to-women ratio, I feel like dating is no different than any other area.
People still have to be willing to put themselves out there and take risks," Karen*, 25, from San Jose, told Mic.
A But behind the statistics lies a very different story.
Despite being outnumbered by men who possess all the stereotypical "marriage material" qualifications, such as a college education and a job, women in San Jose told that due to the rise of dating apps and the skewed gender ratio, she feels like she's spoiled for choice, which makes her hesitant to settle down.
was feeling frustrated again -- a miserable, hopeless kind of frustration that's visible from two blocks down the street.
It's been five months since Peter moved to Silicon Valley, and during that time he's had exactly one date -- and afterwards the woman didn't even show him the courtesy of returning his phone call.
"In fact, sometimes [the gender imbalance] makes it harder to find the good guys, because you have to weed through more of the bad ones."On the other end of the spectrum is a subset of club-going men who troll for hookups in bars and are "pushy," according to Kristen.
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Casey, 23, hypothesized that the gender imbalance is to blame for this behavior: With fewer women around, competition increases, resulting in a higher-than-average proportion of hyper-determined, sexually frustrated men on the prowl."When I go out for the night, there's a pretty high chance that I'm going to get hit on, which is nice, but a lot of times guys can be overly persistent," Casey told But the main reason why Silicon Valley is far from a bachelorette's paradise has nothing to do with the gender ratio.
He wonders if it's possible for an average looking, medium height, and medium build guy to find a date in Silicon Valley.
He decides to go back to work tonight and write some more code -- at least he knows he's good at that! Recent media coverage has suggested the demographics of California's Silicon Valley have produced a great excess of single men compared to single women between the ages of 20 and 45.
How can this be if the odds are so stacked in women's favor?
The answer is that although there may be 5000 extra men in Silicon Valley, a good number of those men are not exactly what you would call "out there".