Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Workers hope returning to office will help their sex life: Survey

According to a new survey, more than a third of single white-collar workers think returning to the office will help their sex lives.

“Sex can happen,” wrote a single and willing employee of NBCUniversal in response to the survey. “Some jobs require people after 8.”

Meanwhile, a Bank of America employee said returning to work would help her get lucky because “I’ll have a reason to meet people in real life.”

While 35% of available office workers think working in person will help their sex lives, 49% said it won’t matter. According to a survey of more than 2,500 office workers by corporate gossip site Blind, just 16% believe it will make their sex lives worse.

Singles in some firms are more upbeat than others.

50% of singles at Capital One, Cisco, NVIDIA and Salesforce said returning to work in person would help them get lucky, while 40% at Amazon and T-Mobile said the same.

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50% of singles at Capital One, Cisco, NVIDIA and Salesforce said returning to work in person would help them get lucky.
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Meanwhile, at Uber — which has tried to clean up its culture in recent years after enduring a string of sexual assault scandals — only 16% of singles said in-person work would help their sex lives, While 32% said that it would cause damage.

At JPMorgan Chase, whose top boss Jamie Dimon recently softened his stance on individual work, 20% of bachelors and graduates think working in person will help them in the bedroom, compared with 32% of single meta employees and 33 percent of singles. % Single Employee Google said the same thing.

A single “Googler” wrote that the work in person would not affect their sex lives because they are already “getting loose.”

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Corporate gossip site Blind surveyed more than 2,500 office workers.
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“Hinge and Tinder still exist,” said the Google employee.

Of workers in relationships, 57% said that work in person would have no effect on their sex lives, while 18% said it would help and 25% said it would hurt.

“Distance makes the heart bigger,” wrote an employee of “League of Legends” developer Riot Games who is in a relationship.

Blind verifies the employment of users through their corporate email addresses.

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