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Workplace OK for Romance

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Love across the cubicle is no longer so taboo. Half the workers recently surveyed by Careerbuilder.com said they've dated a coworker, and fewer are keeping it hush-hush. A new book titled Office Mate: The Employee Handbook for Finding — and Managing — Romance on the Job claims it's better to date at work than online. At least at work, you can see if your potential beau kowtows to the boss and wears bad suits.

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