Quarter of men prefer dating co-workers of lower position in office
London: A new survey has found that a quarter of men prefer dating co-workers, who are in a lower position to them in the office.
The results of AskMen’s 2011 Great Male Survey showed that the majority, 56 percent, would sleep with a co-worker provided there is any opportunity, while 45 percent said they had never dated a co-worker thinking it to be a bad idea, reports the Daily Mail.
Meanwhile, 50 percent of men said they would not continue with a partner who gained extra weight.
The survey, which aimed to discover how the modern man thinks and behaves, included more than 70,000 men from Canada, the US, the UK and Australia.