Dating older co worker
Another survey, conducted by Career Builder, revealed that at least of all working professionals have confessed to dating a colleague in the past.So if you find that you’re crushing pretty hard on someone in a nearby cube, don’t worry: you’re definitely not alone. Your office isn’t exactly a singles bar, and the line between becoming a “boyfriend” and a “creep” in the corporate world is always a fine one.Whether you’re already in a happy relationship or not, developing a work crush is natural, it’s how you deal with it that is important.Seeing that sexy colleague Monday through Friday could be painful, so it's best to figure out your feelings before s**t gets real.They are clever and funny and smart and always have good insights with how to deal with the daily office drama.You value catching up with them about their weekend, ragging on the boss, or discussing office gossip.You two seem to got together like peanut butter and jelly.It’s not just a simple sandwich, it’s a companion-wich.
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As Americans work longer and longer days, one thing is inevitable: more and more time in the office.
We spend so much of our time and energy at work that it's only natural to look at the people you work with as friends, and perhaps, at times, something more.
It's easy to develop feelings for a coworker — the "we are in this together" mentality jobs create breeds familiarity. One day you are getting a bite to eat together on a lunch break, then it's a few beers after work, and suddenly you're fantasizing about pushing the TPS reports off your desk and kicking off those sensible heels.