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Wednesday, August 1, 2007
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According to a Romance in the Workplace survey released recently by Randstad USA, a leading workforce-solutions company, the flirtiest co-workers reside in the Western United States, and men are more likely to be the culprits.  

Forty-five percent of working adults residing in the Western United States said they have flirted with a colleague, compared with respondents in the Midwest (32 percent), Northeast (34 percent) and South (37 percent).   
 
Nationwide, 41 percent of working men admitted that they have flirted with a co-worker, compared to 32 percent of women.  

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Men are also twice as likely as women to be set up on a date by a colleague (12 percent of men indicated a colleague has played matchmaker for them) and three times as likely to have a secret crush at work (12 percent of men, compared to 4 percent of women).

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