OH #*&$!?!

October 12, 2016

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A new study says that millenial women swear more on the job than any other demographic.  The Today show did a feature on the study and found out that of 1,542 U.S. workers surveyed, 60 percent of women admitted to cursing at work, compared to 55 percent of men, although the men swear at a higher frequency than the ladies.

The study also found that 66 percent of millennials admitted to letting bad words fly on the job compared to 54 percent of baby boomers.

While 67 percent of millennial women admitted to using profanity at work, it's not like the guys are talking like Ned Flanders or saying rosaries for their female co-workers' souls. They are right behind at 66 percent.

The workers surveyed also said that 94 percent of the curses at work come in face-to-face conversations compared to email or online communication. The boss also sets the tone, as 66 percent said they were more likely to curse if the person in charge is dropping f-bombs.

Do you or your co-workers swear on the job??  Click HERE to get the whole story!