List of dating sites in switzerland
She believes that the attributes that make Charlotte such a 'catch' are typical of international singles in affluent nations; yet more and more people in countries like Switzerland are finding it difficult to find love, often right up until later life.
Lawson-Botez pinpoints two reasons: "International people work very hard.
Charlotte* is a trainee lawyer from New York who has lived in Switzerland for five years and currently lives in Bern.
There you are used to guys approaching you and you can easily strike up a conversation with anyone." Talking about her experience in Bern, Charlotte says she is almost never approached, and some men have even reacted negatively to being 'chatted up'.
Find a club or a hobby that you enjoy and get out there and meet people with common interests. If then again only 3% of the new people you meet is actual "dating material"...have to meet a lot of people just to get even a little action started. A good friend of mine as well as a family member of mine found their spouses through dating websites If I were single I'd do it!
Considering Switzerland's population is about 7.4 million – with only around five million of "dating" age (over 18) – it seems likely that several users are trying their luck at more than one site, but it can't be denied that online social networking services have moved into the mainstream.
The top 20 online dating sites around the world receive around 90 million hits a month and swissflirt, which claims to be Switzerland's largest dating site, has around 90,000 registered female users and twice as many male users.
" Tidy Heidi, a Swiss student who got lucky at swissflirt, tells swissinfo."I was doing my thesis but I was bored and didn't want to go into town or meet my friends.
Having told myself to stay in front of the computer, I started going into chatrooms – and then I met my boyfriend!