Everyone’s favorite dating app to hate — The League — has officially made its way to Philadelphia, and it’s why you got a flood of Linked In notifications about locals who just updated their professional profiles.
Over the last two years, the dating app has become the world’s most selective—to get in you can’t be broke; you’ll need high-grade headshots; and, respectable degrees with an equally respectable career are musts. The platform has gotten its reputation for exclusivity by making people wait.
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I love this process and will refer others to this site.“They all ended up downloading the app and beta testing it,” said Bradford, who was then 30 and finishing up her MBA at Stanford.She says Wharton is already the second most represented school on the platform after Harvard Business School.The League conducted a survey on the country’s best cities for aspiring power couples and ranked Philadelphia 7th just behind Washington, DC.The app is currently live in only six cities — San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, Boston, DC and London — and Philadelphia will be the company’s seventh launch, the first of a 10-city summer rollout that’s currently underway.Each applicant’s Linked In profile and Facebook activity are thoroughly vetted, so no catfishes or underachievers.