stock-photo-composite-image-of-badge-181-1819797-636690-edited.pngWith the U.S. presidential election approaching, management-level employees are more likely to get into political arguments than their subordinates, according to a new survey.

Three in 10 employers have had a verbal debate with a coworker about election choices — nearly twice the amount of coworkers who’ve had a political argument.

Employers in certain industries are more likely to spar about the election. Forty-seven percent of information technology managers, for example, are prone to political arguments about candidates.

Find out which managers in other fields are likely to face off about the election in CareerBuilder’s survey results.

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