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If there is anything written they are geared to those in their twenties who are in shidduchim or who still can be involved with youth groups, whether at university, the local synagogue or through Israel trips and would find it easier to meet a nice Jew to date and settle down.
Jon Birger brought the issue forward in the TIME Magazine feature in August 2015 entitled “Mormons and Jews “What 2 Religions Say About the Modern Dating Crisis” identified the Shidduch Crisis.