Work life vs. sex life

People who are getting busy in the workplace may not be getting busy at home. According to a German study of nearly 32,000 men and women, people who have less sex are more likely to seek out work by taking on new commitments. The study, conducted by University of Göttingen psychologist Ragnar Beer, found that of people who have sex once a week, 36% of men and 35% of women take on work to compensate for their slow-but-steady sex life. Of those who have no sex at all with their partners, 45% of men and 46% of women seek out new activities. A mere 5% of people who have sex at least twice a week find other activities as outlets for frustration.

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