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Half of all city office workers are looking for love in the workplace

Half of all city office workers are looking for love in the workplace
10th February 2016

Half of all city office workers are looking for love in the workplace

–    50% of those surveyed admitted they would engage in a work place romance
–    Those over 35 years old are more likely to start a relationship with a colleague
–    Men are more likely to pursue workplace dating then women in the same role
–    Those working in cities were less likely to pursue a work place romance then rural areas

A study by Morgan Pryce, London based commercial property agents, reveals that 50% of UK workers are open to the prospect of office romance.

The 2016 study asked those of working age (between 16-65 years) within London and surrounding boroughs if they would consider looking for romance at work.

Over half of those under 34 years old said they would not mix a romantic and business relationship while the older generation, 55 years plus, were more willing to have a work place love interest.

The study also found that men are more likely to be open to the concept of a workplace romance then women, with 64% of men in the poll voting for finding love via work colleagues. Women remained more wary with only 36% saying they would look for a partner at work.

An equal number of city and rural workers were polled in and around London and it was found that a majority of those working inner city voted against work place romance compared to those working in more rural areas such as surrounding boroughs like Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire, Hampshire and Buckinghamshire.

The poll follows on from a recent study conducted by Morgan Pryce on the areas within London to find the most eligible bachelors. The study found that the complex city was split into areas where more singletons resided than others.


For more information on this study, please contact Morgan Pryce PR Department:

Ebba Nyberg:
Main: +44 (0)203 411 3826

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