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Workplace romances 'commonly end in marriage'Posted on: October 7, 2013 10:20:02
They are considered to be among the biggest faux pas in professional endeavours, but starting a relationship with someone at work could actually be good for your personal life.
According to new research, romances that start in the office are more likely to lead to marriage than those which begin elsewhere, despite the fact the majority of companies now discourage inter-colleague liaisons.
A study commissioned to mark the release of season eight of How I Met Your Mother on DVD found couples who spend hours each day together at work are more likely to end up together, while shared experiences in the office can actually bring people closer together.
In addition, researchers - who questioned 2,000 adults - discovered those pairs who meet through mutual friends are also more likely to tie the knot than those meeting through alternative methods.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, it was noted that individuals who meet in a nightclub or pub are unlikely to continue their encounter for more than a one-night stand.
Figures released as part of the research revealed 14 per cent of couples who met at work ended up married, while 11 per cent of those introduced by friends did the same.
One in five Britons also admitted that they have lied about how they met their other half because they were too embarrassed to tell the real story. In fact, some 37 per cent even stretched the truth in order to make the tale more interesting than it really was.
A spokesman for the survey said: "We spend so much time at work that it’s inevitable that you will form close friendships that may go on to become a relationship further down the line.
"But being in a relationship where you work in the same place as your partner also means you have something in common before you even get to know each other and being in the same career means you are both like-minded and have similar interests."
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