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Offices Versus Cubicles

Enough with the cubicle queen comments. The business world is changing. At my company in NYC, even the most senior executives, making $300K+, will be working in cubicle-like spaces. Meanwhile, a friend of mine who works at a low-level job for Cablevision on Long Island, with no aspirations to be promoted any higher, and making about $60K a year, has an office. An office no longer denotes status; it denotes the price of real estate where your company is located, and nothing more.


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