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Relationships @ Work

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Our Relationships @Work study revealed that 46% of professionals worldwide believe that work friends are important to their overall happiness. Read more: http://blog.linkedin.com/2014/07/08/work-bffs/

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  1. 1. *Millennialsaredefinedasrespondentsages18-24andbabyboomersasages55-65. -InApril2014LinkedInpartneredwithCensuswidetosurveymorethan11,500full-timeprofessionals aroundtheworld.Respondentsbetweentheagesof18-65weresurveyedin14countriestobetter understandhowfull-timeworkingprofessionalsviewrelationshipsatwork. --JointheconversationbypostingyourworkselfieonLinkedIn.Youcanalsosharethem with colleaguesonTwitterorFacebookusing#workBFF–We’llberetweetingthebestonesfrom @LinkedIn onTwitter! -Visithttp://blog.linkedin.com/2014/07/08/work-bffs/tolearnmoreabouttheLinkedIn Relationships@WorkGlobalStudy. -18% ofprofessionalssaythatfriendshipswithcolleaguesmakethem morecompetitiveintheircareers. @Work -51% of professionalsin Indonesiafeel theirclosest colleagues understand them better ththanfriendsvs 9% inUK -1in3professionalsin Indiasaythattheir closestcolleagues understandthem betterthantheir partners Relationships@Work: Worldwide -For18-24year-olds,friendshipsinthe workplacemakethem feel: Happy(57%) Motivated(50%) Productive(39%) Friendships Work@ -51% stayintouchwithformercolleagues -OnethirdofmillennialsVS5% ofbaby boomersthinksocializingwithcolleagues helpsthem moveupthecareerladder* Loyalty@Work #workBFF BFF Buddy Peer Friend Relationships @Work Webelievethatworkrelationshipsmakeyoubetter inyourrole.Buthowandwhy? -46% believefriendshipwithco-workers makesthemhappier

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