Shrinking Spaces

March 4, 2011

If you find that your workspace is shrinking, you’re not alone. According to Space and Project Management Benchmarks, IFMA Research Report #34, the average individual workspace is shrinking for most position levels.

The downward trend is due to firms reducing space as a cost-saving measure, new technology that requires less desk space, the movement to non-dedicated workspace, and a change in culture driven by a younger workforce.

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