NEW YORK TIMES - May 8 - Now that all American adults are eligible for vaccination and many of life's once-mundane routines are returning, dating has come back in force. Particularly for those singles who are vaccinated, the demand - or desire - to pair up is strong. In January, Three Day Rule, a matchmaking company operating in 12 cities, started to see a boom in business. "We've never been busier," said Talia Goldstein, its founder and president. In a recent report on the future of dating, Tinder said its users have become more truthful and transparent about personal boundaries. It also predicts that daters will continue to be more honest and authentic when the pandemic ends. Ms. Goldstein, of Three Day Rule, said many of her clients have become less superficial. In the past, their criteria often mentioned height or wealth. Now more people are prioritizing inner qualities, like humor or a "growth mind-set." And, with the flexibility of remote work, dating is not as localized as it once was.