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The report showed that the proportion of singles in most age groups had gone up, with the biggest increase among Singaporean women aged 25 to Some have asked whether they were just a waste of time and money, and should be discontinued. The Government established the Social Development Unit SDU in January to encourage greater social interaction and marriage among graduate singles, on the back of the population census which revealed an increasing trend of singlehood among graduate women.

Female seeking male singapore SDU was conceived to fight this trend by providing opportunities for graduate singles to meet and interact through dinners, outings and other events and reducing the costs of searching for a life partner. SinceSDU has undergone several changes, including catering to both graduate and non-graduate singles as the renamed Social Development Network.

Singlehood rates — as measured by the proportion of people in the 25 to 29 year-old-age bracket who are single — have evolved over the years — Singlehood rates are shown separately for males and females.

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Despite the introduction of SDU inthe trend of singlehood seems to be increasing, leading some to question the effectiveness of SDU and a few calling the scheme a failure. But it would not be correct to conclude that the SDU has been ineffective based on the rising trend of singlehood alone.

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This increase may have been due to other factors such as a greater proportion of women entering the labour market, resulting in more time spent among women at work and less time spent on dating activities. Indeed, data shows that female participation in the labour market has been on the rise. While the female labour force participation rate in was only File Photo. One potential low-cost method would be to compare the actual evolution in singlehood rates across two groups of women — unmarried citizens who had completed secondary education who were eligible for the activities organised by SDU or Female seeking male singapore the equivalent Social Development Section and unmarried citizens who had not completed secondary education who were ineligible — before and after Yet such a study would require access to individual-level birth records and educational attainment data, which is currently only available to selected Female seeking male singapore departments.

However, my personal view is that the social development programmes has not been as ineffective as most pessimists might think. Indeed, the work done by the current Social Development Network SDN and its accredited dating agencies — which include matching singles to potential partners based on their profiles and preferences, enabling them to date online, coordination of physical dates, and provision of courses and information to equip singles with the relationship skills needed to hitch a partner — have enormous potential to foster romantic relationships.

These provide singles with access to potential partners they are unlikely to meet over the course of their normal lives and lay the foundational skills necessary for maintaining such relationships. The SDN has also since moved into accrediting dating agencies, leveraging the private sector to solve this public problem.

Although we do not have data on how many children or couples got hitched because of SDN, dating agencies accredited by the SDN have reported that more men are participating in these events.

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But not everyone eligible for the SDN programme is making use of it. Part of the reason might be the social stigma involved in participation.

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The pool of singles engaged in the SDN programme inevitably shrinks this way, so that the of marriages which form as a result of the programme is not as large as it could potentially be. Local dating agency CompleteMe held a mass dating event for singles at the York Hotel on Dec 14 last year. Photo: CompleteMe. The key is therefore to ensure that singles buy-in to the idea of such activities and do not see involvement in these activities as a social stigma.

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One approach to this is through public education and advertising, to Female seeking male singapore mindsets and normalise the search for a life partner, even before people hit the eligibility age of This way, people are less likely to be misinformed by negative stereotypes and will have a more positive picture of what the network can do for them.

Another way SDN can extend its outreach is by not limiting its activities to certain age groups. Currently, some activities stipulate an age restriction. While these age restrictions may be motivated by certain economic considerations and preferences, they are ironic given that they preclude older females, who are the most likely group to be actively seeking a long-term partner. It might be useful for policymakers to undertake a rigorous study that considers behavioural science, economic and social factors to figure out how best to nudge singles, and determine how well our social development programmes have been doing, as well as how the SDN can benefit more singles going forward.

Until such an exercise it Female seeking male singapore, it would be premature to label our social development efforts unsuccessful. Skip Jump to Main. Subscribe to CNA's Commentary newsletter. The best commentaries and analysis to help you see beyond the news headlines.

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