Dating relationships at work
“You date people in your office,” Trunk says bluntly.“If you’re 25 and you have a mid-level job, you’re working ten hours a day. You wouldn’t meet someone at another place.” I confess that at this point in our phone conversation, my mouth was hanging open in shock.And then you learn that the same year you graduated college, he was wrapping up his freshman year—of high school.Dating someone younger—whether you’re two or three years his senior or are talking cougar territory—certainly can work (look at Eva Longoria and her 4-years younger beau), but being an “older woman” in a relationship does tend to come with certain perks and downfalls.Sure, you’ll have dinner dates, but also be ready for, say, a 10-mile hike one weekend followed by an indie rock concert the next.
Crispin Porter & Bogusky, a global ad agency with offices in five cities, even offers to pay for the wedding if two employees meet and fall in love at work and agree to get married in one of the offices.website says, “Work is a bad word to explain what we do.It's been said that most people in this world want two things above all else: to make money and to find love.So it only makes sense it's becoming more common for coworkers to start dating in the workplace. According to Business Insider, more than half of American working professionals have participated in an office romance of some variety, with women as the more likely gender to engage in a relationship with a coworker.She, like a lot of professional women in their twenties, is focused on making serious strides in her career before she has to make tough decisions about marriage and kids.(Yeah, I wish this were equally true of young men, too.