(CNN) - A new report says the more you curse at work the worse it makes you look to your colleagues and boss.
According to a new Career Builder survey of more than 6,000 employers and employees, 57 percent of employers said they'd be less likely to promote someone who uses foul language and more than half said it makes a worker seem less intelligent.
The majority of employers told CNN that they think less of a person and they really question their professionalism. They also talk about questioning the lack of control and their maturity. Only 28 percent of workers said they'd directed an expletive at a colleague, most use their language just to vent.
The survey found workers in the nation's capital the most likely to curse in the office, followed by Denver and Chicago.
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