Michael, I have noted a number of posts by you suggestive of your struggle since your conversion, due to your single state of life.
First, I would like to say that you might benefit by talking to a priest, and to learn that your journey to the Catholic faith and you staying in the Church should not rise or fall on how many single gals are at the parish you attend. Your faith walk has to be more secure than that.
I am a cradle Catholic and single for 54 years; should I quit the Chruch because I have the same problem? I am sure you see the answer is no, our faith is our faith irrespective of the social life the Church provides to us.
I also note here that you have a lot of reasons why you are not finding someone--you have to work, the parish near you, your schedule, etc.
I guess to that I would say a man has to HEROICALLY seek his vocation to marriage. That requires sacrifice, foregoing convenience, doing things that turn our to have been a waste of time, but still persevering, etc.
I see your reference that the youngers girls would not want you. My question is, have you asked them? How do you know? Women routinely end up married to men 10 years older than they are. Again, where is the heroism in your statement?
I see you are in suburban Tampa. That is a major metro area.
Here is a link to a Meetup group group for those 31 to 60:
Here is a link ot the "young adult" office of your diocese; I suggest you go and talk to them, and tell them about the issue you are facing:
On the "young adult" issue, you are still eligible (just barely) for those YAM groups, so I say GO NOW. And you can get way with going for about a year or two into the future. They don't card you, and as you say, you look young.
Finally, I agree with the other posters: use CM as a tool. I exhausted all the available guys in all the churches in Chicago 11 years ago, that is why I turned to the internet.
I am pushing you on this, because I feel strongly that a Catholic man who wants to be married can be so, all he has to do is PURSUE IT. I strongly encourage you to do that much more than it seems to me than you are doing it.
THe Church is not going to find you a wife, nor is She really going to even HELP you find one, particularly after you turn 40. Act now.