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May 12, 2021

Bucharest, on the last but one place in the world subject to office space per employee

Bucharest is on the last but one place in a world classification, made by the company DTZ, subject to the office surface per employee, with an average of 7.8 sq m, Mediafax informs. Thus, an employee from Bucharest has at his disposal a space 3.5 sq m smaller than an employee from Prague, and 2.1 sq m smaller than that from Budapest. In the capital of Poland, the standard surface per employee is 9.6 sq m, in Istanbul 10.3 sq m, and in Kiev 9.3 sq m. A level similar to that from Bucharest is registered also in Moscow. At world level, the employees from Bucharest are in a better position from the same point of view only compared to those from New Delhi, India, who have at their disposal 7.6 sq m. Elsewhere, the office employees work in spaces between 8 sq m, in cities like Cancun (Mexico) and Guangshou (China) and 25.5 sq m in Washington D.C. Bucharest has also gone up five positions to 92, in the classification from 2009, which includes the most expensive 114 cities subject to the annual cost of occupation of the office buildings.

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