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I don’t think that is too high a standard.”A representative for Los Angeles-based Tinder did not respond to a message for comment.The League has been called "Tinder for the elites" and criticized for being overly exclusive and contributing to the societal phenomenon where people with the most credentials and university degrees increasingly marry each other."We're inherently niche for a reason because if you want to date everyone, you can go on Tinder."Detroit will start with an initial hand-selected dating pool of 500 people, spread across a 100-mile radius.The League, which is based in San Francisco, says it chose these men and women from a total of 2,522 applicants.The criteria is heavily weighted on professional credentials: job titles, career field, and where one went to college or graduate school.
Those who pay a 9 annual membership fee can skip the line, but they still need to pass the admissions process. 6 in Phoenix, Portland, Charlotte, Nashville and Raleigh, N. Davis said the company was initially waiting until spring 2018 to launch in Detroit, but was impressed by how many young people and U-M graduates are moving into the city."Those in Ann Arbor are no longer going to Chicago after college — they're going to Detroit," she said.Clinical nurse manager Tracy Wittkopp said, "She had brought baby monitors to put in each of their rooms so Joe can watch Hazel.Hazel would try to get out of bed and Joe would say ' Hazel,' and she would look all over, trying to figure out where he was."When Joe's health was slipping, they brought Hazel in his room.The League then uses an algorithm to give applications a first pass.But final approvals are made by humans, the company said."The League is an invite-only community for ambitious, career-focused individuals who are looking for the other half of their power couple," Meredith Davis, The League's head of communications, said in a phone interview.