People who do these jobs for a living are most likely to cheat
Bankers and brokers are the biggest love cheats, according to new research.
They are the most likely to play away from home - ahead of pilots and flight attendants and doctors and nurses, a survey reveals.
The findings come from a poll of more than 5,000 women who have or are currently cheating on their partner.
The poll also revealed that two out of three unfaithful women (65%) say they cheat at work.
But 85% said that they don’t recommend sleeping with a colleague.
The survey suggests suggests the most positive thing about having an affair with a colleague is that it makes work exciting,... read more
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