Findings in a recent study have proposed that majority of the people are likely to get their best buddies at their offices or workplace, instead of schools, universities or any other activity place or even in family.
The study carried out in Britain found that an estimated one in three employees meet their Best Friend forever (BFF) either near to their working desk or hanging around and gossiping around water coolers in the office.
The study involved 2,012 participants, out of which majority 66.6% confirmed that they were able to make quality friends at their office. Another one in 10 participants asserted that their group of friends, majorly includes friends made during college days and 4% are those whom they met during vacations.
As trends and time changes, with majority of those working admit that they are less often left with time to be spend on other activities, including sports, music or other hobbies. Hence, a very proportion includes friends made during such activities. Statistical reports revealed that one-third made their special friends, while they were in schools.
The study said, “The stats were followed by friends made at workplace (27 percent), through other friends, (11 percent), and university (10 percent)”.
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