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Millennials say they don’t have enough money to date: survey

Can’t buy me love. Millennials have a lot of things to complain about when it comes to their financial circumstances. Crushing student load debt, the rising cost of living and the lack of well-paying jobs have made millennials into the most broke generation in contemporary history. But new research showing that almost a third of millennials think dating is too expensive reveals “generation me” isn’t just short on money — but commitment. Match.com’s Singles in America survey found that about 30 percent of adults between the ages of 22 to 37 feel their financial instability is hampering their dating game. And 21 percent of the millennials think they don’t even deserve love until they’ve reached a certain level of income ...