Anyone counting on receiving a holiday gift from someone at the office is likely to be disappointed this holiday season. A recent Office Pulse study of 400 business professionals found most are more likely to spend on a gift for themselves than on one for a co-worker or boss. Just 29% of business professionals plan to buy a coworker a gift this holiday season, while nearly half (48%) plan to self-gift.

Skimping on co-workers, splurging on themselves

71% of working professionals won’t buy a gift for a co-worker and most of those who will don’t plan to spend a lot.

How much will you spend on a co-worker’s gift?
Under $25: 79%
$25-50: 17%
$50-100: 4%
$100+: 0%

79% plan to spend under $25, while no one plans to spend over $100. The opposite is true for those self-gifting: 63% plan to spend over $100 on themselves. Among men who are planning to shop for themselves, 79% intend to splurge on a gift over $100. That’s a drastic contrast to the 53% of women who are planning to spend that much.

Most won’t buy their boss a gift

However, gifting to a higher-up isn’t as common this holiday season. In total, just 30% of business professionals plan to buy their boss a gift this year. That’s down drastically from last year’s Office Pulse study, in which 43% of employees planned to shop for their boss.

Men are less likely than women to get their boss a present, with 77% of them opposed to the idea compared to 66% of women. Of those who do plan to include the boss on their shopping list this year, 49% said the going rate for a present would be between $25 and $50.

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