Myspace dating statistics
"At one point, the stereotype was a man might feel inferior to a woman who is at a higher point in her career than he is," Johnson said."I think that's dissipated a bit, where there aren't these built-in expectations of who should be above." Educated, professional women exposed to men working lower-paying jobs growing up are more likely to date them, said Amadu Jacky Kaba, a sociology professor at Seton Hall University in New Jersey.Meanwhile QZone, China’s largest nickname network built on the back of Tencent’s QQ Messenger, is entering the late majority area.Lastly, Facebook the social network that has conquered the masses seems determined to hit the one billion users mark.My Space, after reaching the early majority is now struggling for conquering a niche (it fell from 225 million users to 125 million because of several management mistakes and Facebook’s rise).Ren Ren, the most important Chinese real-name SNS, and Twitter were able to successfully cross the chasm and reach the early majority.In the early adoption stage we find professional social networks like Viadeo and Linked In, or generalist ones like Orkut (owned by Google), VKontakte (leader in Russian territories), Bebo.Badoo is the only service specifically designed for dating purposes.
I’ve tried to apply this model to the diffusion of social networking sites (SNS) with the aim of plotting their actual state and, hopefully, understanding their future trajectories.Women represent nearly 60 percent of students holding advanced degrees in areas such as medicine, law, business and graduate programs, the U. Popular online dating sites and e Harmony report that romances happen occasionally between educated, professional women and men who are less educated or have a lower salary.Leah Mac Isaac-Ruff, 45, works 11-hour-plus-days as a technology vice president at a Wall Street firm. So does her husband, Doug, 43, who walks dogs for a living.To determine the rate of diffusion of each social network I’ve divided the number of registered users by the number of potential adopters (1 billion in my assumption).In the innovators area we can place Friendfeed, which unfortunately stopped innovating after its acquisition by Facebook; Foursquare, the most famous location based social network with 10 million users; and Google with its explosive adoption rate (20 million users in 3 weeks).
About 4.7 million jobs were lost among men during the recession, according to April figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.