2001 A SEX ODYSSEY (PART II): 10 fascinating facts about picking up wages of sin.
NEARLY a quarter (24 per cent) of all women have found a boyfriend in the office.
TWELVE per cent of women met their one and only lover at work and 21 per cent even met their future husband or partner there.
THREE per cent of women who have only had one lover admit they would quite like a fling with a colleague.
WOMEN who have had the most partners - 11 or more - have found a partner in their workplace. And 44 per cent say they have met a mate this way.
SEXUALLY experienced women are also more likely to have a casual fling at work. Our survey shows that 35 per cent of those who've had at least 11 lovers would consider it. FORTY-ONE per cent of women who say they have met a partner at work also admit to having an affair.
ONLY eight per cent of all women say they would have a fling at work but four per cent of married women say they would.
YOUNGER women are most likely to have an office affair - 13 per cent of under-30s would. OLDER women tend to be wary of romance in the workplace. Only one in 20 of those aged 41-50 admit they would consider a tryst there.
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|Publication:||The People (London, England)|
|Date:||Nov 26, 2000|
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