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E., 39, has a group of close female friends around her age who are all single.According to her, they had channelled all their energies into their careers, but very little into finding husbands.In 2004, there were 844,100 Singapore residents who were singles, compared to 1,048,100 last year - a jump of almost 25 per cent over 10 years, figures from the Department of Statistics show.The number of singles also rose across all ages surveyed, but the sharpest spike was in the 50s age group.

She was from a girls' school and mostly socialised with the same group of friends through secondary school, junior college and university.Those he dated tried to suss out, for instance, whether he owned a car by asking if he knew where to park at certain locations.On the other side of the fence, Ms Eunice H, 43, who lost her husband in a traffic accident three years ago, recently felt ready to look for a new partner on dating websites and agencies.Having given up on dating apps, he says he still wants to find a wife who shares his Christian faith. Shrinking social circles Another common reason that older singletons give about their lack of prospects is their shrinking social circles.As they get older, more of their friends get hitched and start families. Kang, 40, who has never had a relationship, puts it this way: "As a single, you tend to hang out with singles.Take bachelor Benjamin Koh, 36, a consultant in learning and development at a corporate training firm, who three years ago gave up on the Lovestruck app he used to meet people.

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