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Movie proof that couples do meet at work!

Recent research has found that one fifth of Brits will meet their future spouse at work, so we take a look at the movie evidence of this- it may not be conclusive but it’s good excuse to watch lots of rom com clips! The findings reveal that construction (Meryl Streep and Steve Martin in It’s Complicated), hospitality (Ralph Fiennes and Jennifer Lopez in Maid in Manhattan), by Lucy Walton-Lange | 6 April 2015 Recent research has found that one fifth of Brits will meet their future spouse at work, so we take a look at the movie evidence of this- it may not be conclusive but it’s good excuse to watch lots of rom com clips!
The findings reveal that construction (Meryl Streep and Steve Martin in It’s Complicated),
hospitality (Ralph Fiennes and Jennifer Lopez in Maid in Manhattan),
retail (Liv Tyler and Johhny Whitworth in Empire Records),
teaching (Jason Segel and Cameron Diaz in Bad Teacher) and…
media and marketing (Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds in The Proposal) are the likeliest of places to find your soulmate and the results don’t lie!
But what is it that brings two co-workers so close? The amount of time they spend in each other’s presence is voted number one but also notable are the similar interests outside of work, similar sense of humour, an understanding of the pressure of the job, similar goals and aspirations for later life.
Lyndon Wood, CEO and Creator of www.constructaquote.com made the following comments regarding the findings of the study:
“Let’s face it, we definitely spend more time with our co-workers than our partners, family members or children, and I truly believe that having colleagues that you can have a laugh with and go out for a few drinks on a Friday night is really key to job satisfaction. Not only will having strong friendships at work help ease any stress or pressure that might come alongside your job, they also make it less likely you will want to leave your company.”
“The findings that those working in construction, hospitality and retail are the most likely to form the strongest friendships with colleagues is not a massive surprise. These are three industries in which communication and working well together are vital components in ensuring work is carried out effectively.”

Source: femalefirst.co.uk




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