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Ugghhh! An office of which I would never want to work! Somewhere deep in administration, some long-term employees, some new ones, the "personalization" of the cubical makes the job a little less dreary. -Jim Dailey

It looks like perhaps it's an administration office or personnel department and these two people that work there are visiting across the cubicle and it looks like a really homey environment that they have attempted to make comfortable. They have decorated it with some pictures, art work and a plant. My attention was drawn first of all to the people visiting over the cubicle. The person in the foreground has a more sterile work environment. -Kitty Robles

This looks like cubicles in some administration building. It looks like it was taken in the early 90's because of their hair and it doesn't look like it's the most high-tech setting. It doesn't look very well funded. There is a rip in the carpet. People have personalized their cubicles with pictures and the walls aren't so high that they can't talk to each other. These are American, middle aged, white people working. -Sue Darboven

Low-walled cubicles; friendly institutional low-budget, low-paid admin employee work space. It's 20 minutes to 4 PM so people are brightening up as quitting time appears on the horizon. Older computer systems (CRT monitors) so photo probably taken several years ago, or if taken this year, this office doesn't rate the latest technology. The middle desk occupant is a woman with pictures on display, possibly of her family; she appears to be looking at and listening to the woman facing her. The person in the foreground doesn't want to hear it - they have headphones on. -Steven A. Bluhm

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