Reach Urban Dwelling Young Singles

Young singles starting out, and some starter families, in diverse urban communities

Reach Singles and Starters

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Singles and Starters

Overview

The six segments in Singles and Starters contain downscale Generation Yers with upwardly mobile aspirations. Concentrated in small cities across the country, these households tend to be young (nearly three-quarters are under the age of 35), ethnically-mixed and unattached (half are single while a quarter are single parents). Most are on their own and starting to build independent lives in apartments with other young singles. They're college-educated, though not necessarily college graduates and many are toiling away at entry-level positions in service-sector jobs. These self-described workaholics share a desire to move up in status and they realize that every career journey starts with a first step.

Market Size

8.83 percent of U.S. households

Key Traits

Single lifestyles Urban renters
Generation Y Active leisure lives 
Aspirational Fashion-conscious
Liberal views Early tech adopters
Progressive attitudes Digitally influenced

 

Digital Media Behavior

The young members of Singles and Starters are relatively active online, using the Internet less for transactions than for communication (joining blogs and chart forums and instant-messaging friends) - and entertainment (downloading games, listening to Internet radio and watching video streaming). Job and car sites are popular, as well as sites offering social media (blackpeoplemeet.com) and sports information (fantasy.nfl.com). These Americans have integrated the Internet into their lifestyles, going online with their cell phones or desktop machines, whether from home, school or when out and about.

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