Fifty years ago, the average American office didn’t stray from the norm: People in business attire all worked in a traditional office space from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. from Monday through Friday.
Now, the “average” office space is hard to describe. Many offices are still traditional, with business dress code, standard hours, set desk spaces, and few perks; other offices, however, offer flexible hours, no dress code, and open spaces for employees to move around in. And many businesses don’t even have a physical office, as technology allows employees to work from home.
So, what is the typical office space for an American worker? Clutch takes a look at nine office spaces from across the U.S.: