Tom, who asked that his real name not be used, is a divorced stockbroker in his 0s who has signed on to Eligon.
He is less concerned with being awkwardly paired with a client and more interested in meeting someone with a similar frame of reference.
Drawing from a databank of 920,000 members in Australia, there is a significant number to choose from.
The features on Academic Singles are pretty standard: you fill out a short personality test when you sign up. The personality test is what will generate and match you up with other members.
Naturally, we were curious to see if having a graduate degree has any correlation to a member’s attractiveness and preferences.
We looked at over 20 million matches and here’s what we found. Right off the bat you’ll probably notice that for men, professional degrees (i.e., MD, MBA, JD) garner a higher percentage of likes than those with more general graduate degrees (i.e., Ph D, Master’s).
Naturally, most people would assume that the singles you find here will have a bachelor's degree or higher.
But rarely do profiles require a statement of minimum income.
Academic au is a new matchmaking site, more or less the new face of Be2 and focused on those who are searching for something in particular.
In this case, the focus appears to be on educated singles.
The matching algorithm appears to be similar to that of Elite Singles.
The questions on the test seem to be rather superficial and the entire process itself doesn't last that long at all.