Your love is priceless, but just about everything else in this world comes with a dollar sign attached. If that feels unromantic, look at it this way: a couple extra thousand per year could buy a lot of roses and …
Maybe it's because they don't need to flirt in the office when they have a million apps that can connect them with the potential love of their life, but Millennials are the least likely to date someone at work, according to Vault's recently released 2016 Office Romance Survey. The survey showed that 44 percent of Millennials (ages 18 to 34) had engaged in an office romance, while 59 percent of Gen X and 66 percent of Baby Boomers had done so. Of course, the explanation could always be as simple as time spent: the older you are, the more time you've had to fall in love with your cubicle neighbor.
Valentine's Day is a lot of pressure, whether you're in a relationship or not. Flowers, candy, expensive dinners ... it gets overwhelming, fast. So if you've wandered into the office today and realized that you don't have any tokens of the (strictly platonic unless sanctioned by HR) love you feel for your coworkers, PayScale is here to help with office-appropriate Valentine's Day e-cards. Enjoy!