Jul 20th 2017 2:07pm
Rachel Jones of RecruitmentBuzz reported this morning that Where We Work Dictates How – And How Often – We Socialise:
Eating together is one of our most sociable activities and occasions, but according to new research from LooseEnds, an app to help reboot your socialising, those who work within the food industry tend to be the least sociable outside of work.
With 49% of the Hospitality industry saying that they are unhappy with their social lives, it seems that long and unsociable hours could be to blame, and it’s a plight shared by those within the various Medical professions (43%). Being too busy and too tired has a significant impact on social satisfaction – an inference borne out by the remainder of the top five professions with the lowest social satisfaction:
At the other end of the scale, office workers (89%) are the most likely to socialise outside of work, with men spending 17% more time than women socialising with their co-workers. Those with the happiest social lives were Marketers, with 91% of those within the marketing industry saying that networking as part of their job is the biggest contributing factor to being happy with their social life. In fact, 62% of all of the survey respondents said they felt that socialising was essential to their careers.
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