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Why it’s good to turn your colleagues into friends

Are your work associates 'colleagues', or 'friends'? Image: You X Ventures/Unsplash

Johnny Wood

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Co-workers outnumber friends.
15% of people consider their coworkers Image: Olivet Nazarene University
 Many friendships start within days or weeks of colleagues meeting.
Many workplace friendships start within days or weeks of colleagues meeting. Image: Olivet Nazarene University
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