The anonymous study of 2,000 British men and women also found computer geeks to be the most selfless in the sack, the most adventurous and more likely to use love gadgets. A total of 78 percent of techies questioned also claimed that sex toys were part of their love life, and eight out of ten tech workers said that sex toys played an important part in their sexual relationships.
In addition, 82 percent IT workers claimed that they put their partners' sexual needs above theirs, which turned out to be the highest among all of those asked.
However, the survey revealed that a perfect body doesn't necessarily translates into a perfect romp- participants who worked in the fitness industry were found to be least likely to use sex toys, with just three in ten using them regularly. And fitness freaks were also found to be the most selfish lovers too, reports the Sun.
When asked whether they considered their partners' needs above theirs, only 41 per cent answered positively, scoring the lowest among all those questioned. Not surprisingly when it was about the stamina-factor, these bunch of people certainly had am edge over the other IT workers. Computer geeks had to finish third to office workers and fitness experts.
The survey's key findings:
Least selfish ( percentage of people who said their partner's pleasure was most important):
1. IT workers - 82 percent
2. Office workers - 74 percent
3. Healthcare - 70 percent
4. Unemployed - 69 percent
5. Hospitality - 65 percent