More than a third of single workers believe going back to the office will improve their sex life, according to a new survey.
“Sex can happen,” wrote a single and willing NBCUniversal employee in response to the poll. “Few jobs require people past 8.”
A Bank of America employee, meanwhile, gushed that going back to work will help them be lucky because “I’ll actually have a reason to meet people in real life.”
While 35% of available office workers believe personal work will improve their sex life, 49% said it won’t make a difference. Only 16% believe it will make their sex life worse, according to a survey of more than 2,500 office workers by corporate gossip site Blind.
Singles in some companies are more excitable than others.
A whopping 50% of singles at Capital One, Cisco, NVIDIA, and Salesforce said returning to in-person work would help them happier, while 40% at Amazon and T-Mobile said the same.
Meanwhile at Uber — which has tried to clean up its culture in recent years after weathering a string of sexual harassment scandals — just 16% of singles said personal work would improve their sex life, compared to 32% who said that it would hurt .
At JPMorgan Chase, whose top boss Jamie Dimon recently softened his stance on personal work, 20% of bachelors and bachelors believe personal work in the bedroom will help them, while 32% of single meta employees and 33% of solo meta employees do -Workers working at Meta Google said the same.
A lone “Googler” wrote that personal work doesn’t interfere with their sex life because they’re already “getting laid.”
“Hinge and Tinder still exist,” said the Google employee.
Of workers in relationships, 57% said personal work will have no impact on their sex life, while 18% said it would help and 25% said it would hurt.
“Distance makes the heart beat faster,” wrote a staffer at League of Legends developer Riot Games who is in a relationship.
Blind verifies users’ employment against their corporate email addresses.
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