People who masturbate a lot have a higher chance of becoming managers

Masturbating from time to time is something any healthy adult does. Regardless of whether you are in a relationship or not, it is important to take care of your needs.

Of course, it’s not wrong to give in to your desires from time to time. Rather, it is the opposite. An orgasm, whether on your own or with some company, makes the body relax and release some much-needed endorphins.

However, probably none of us thought that sexually relieving ourselves could actually be a career opportunity. But the fact is that this is exactly how it is.

According to a new study, people who masturbate regularly have a much better chance of becoming managers, reports The Mirror.

Perform significantly better at work

How much you masturbate is perhaps not something you discuss in the workplace. We know that most people do it, but there are no comfortable conversations to have about it.

The fact is, however, that you can now guess who likes to have fun by themselves. They are probably managers, according to a new study. The survey was conducted by the advertising agency, where 1,012 people were asked questions about their masturbation habits and their job situation.

The results showed that those who masturbate more than once a week perform better in their workplaces than those who do not masturbate as often.

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Masturbating makes you more money

In addition, those who masturbate a lot often have higher positions in the workplace.

“Participants who masturbate a lot were more likely to be employed, more likely to hold management positions, and more likely to earn higher salaries,” the company writes in the study.

The big masturbators earn an average of $4,000 more per year.

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In other words, you’ll make more money if you take the opportunity to rub one out more often – sounds like a win-win situation in my book!

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