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The Office Is Dead, but Kid Cubicles Are Booming

Remote learning has created a thriving new target market for office supply companies

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Christy Warner, a communications manager in Minneapolis, searched for months for a desk that fit her teenage daughter’s room and was priced less than $200. “I looked on Ikea, Wayfair, Overstocked, Target, TJ Maxx, everywhere, and everything…

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Jennifer Alsever

Jennifer Alsever

I write. Journalist and author of weird, but awesome young adult fiction. www.jenniferalsever.com www.trinityforestseries.com

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