Recently, the class of 2015 officially became the college graduates with the in history.When figuring out whether to get serious with a partner, the cost of companionship matters.While the obesity levels around the world is on the rise, which body types people find attractive remain mostly the same.According to studies, people in general prefer a partner with a healthy body mass index, or BMI."I think I will be totally happy and fulfilled as a nonmarried person, with or without a partner, and I want the freedom to create and live my own life how I want to," Rebecca, 24, told ."That's also not an easy thing to find." Being single can also help millennial women become more socially conscious, all-around better people.After all, without adopting certain religious principles that place a man at the head of the household, it's probably easier to feel secure being the showrunner of your own life.
There's also a higher proportion of young women pursuing advanced degrees than young men, according to a in terms of educational achievement)."I went to grad school and am still kind of getting my footing career-wise, so I think I've also avoided looking for a relationship because I want to be more settled in my career first," Jaime, 30, told ."I just feel like I'm happier and more myself [when I'm single]," Tumblr user But choosing to "stay single" — whether that means entering a committed but unwed partnership eventually, or swiping left on Tinder for the long haul — isn't entirely about following your arrow or being true to oneself.Seeking other sources of happiness at work, on the road or with friends plays a huge part in many young women's pursuit of singledom. But millennial women aren't just "part of the workforce." We have careers that we give many, many shits about.A recent study found that single people were more likely to have , as well as a greater tendency to offer help to friends, family and their communities.Which kinda makes sense: After all, you probably have a lot more time to volunteer at your favorite charity organization if you're not spending all of it catching up on If you're in a relationship, you don't have much access to the endless buffet of carnal delights that is being a single 20-something female.That could mean living with their friends or living alone; traveling for work or for play or for months at a time; dating and having lots of sex, swearing off swipe apps and buying a fancy vibrator instead; or eating gigantic Tex-Mex dinners and then falling asleep in the middle of the bed.