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Survey says 32 percent of Floridians miss their work spouse more than they would partner

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A new survey shows that 1 in 3 Floridians admit missing their work spouse more than they would their partner.

If you work 40 hours per week at a regular 9 to 5 job, there is a chance you have developed friendships and sought out support and loyalty. In doing so, you've most likely connected with one person in particular, dubbed your "work spouse."

PR Pioneer surveyed 3,500 employees working from home during quarantine who said they are struggling to work under the same roof as their actual romantic partners.

According to the survey, two out of three couples in Florida say they are not as productive as they could be when working in the same house as their partner. 63 percent of employees say they would be more productive working from home if they had their work spouse under the same roof.