The International Facility Management Association has some bad news if you’re claustrophobic:
In 1994, the average office worker had 90 square feet of office space, but in 2010 they have only 75 square feet. In 1994, senior office workers had 115 square feet of office space, but in 2010 they have only 96 square feet.
Wait a moment. What’s that red line with the strong trend for growing office space? Oh, that’s senior management. Their office space seems to be inversely proportional to everyone lower on the pyramid. That’s gotta skew their outlook for commercial real estate.
Hurry along now. Nothing to see here — especially if the walls keep getting closer and reduce your ability to see much outside your cubicle.
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