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Happy Administrative Professionals Day to Everyone in The Office

Author: Christopher Winfield

Happy Administrative Professionals Day to all those that work in an office and have not yet embraced the digital nomad lifestyle. Life in an office is a pretty universal experience, which is why the British TV Sitcom The Office has had a number of international versions in the U.S., France, Chile, Canada, Israel, Sweden, and Germany. While office-life may be the same in these different countries, FlyingYak is the perfect tool to get a snapshot of what it would cost to live abroad in those cities where the international versions of The Office take place.

Slough, United Kingdom

Title: The Office
Office: Wernham Hogg
Regional Manager: David Brent

Slough, United Kingdom

Stockholm, Sweden

Title: Kontoret
Office: Svensk kontorshygien AB
Regional Manager: Ove Sundberg

Stockholm, Sweden

Suburbs of Paris, France

Title: Le Bureau
Office: Cogirep
Regional Manager: Gilles Triquet

Paris, France

Yehud, Israel — Near Tel Aviv-Yafo

Title: HaMisrad — המשרד
Office: פייפר אופיס (“Paper Office”)
Regional Manager: Avi Meshulam

Tel Aviv-Yafo

Berlin, Germany

Title: Stromberg
Office: Capitol-Versicherung AG
Regional Manager: Bernd Stromberg

Berlin, Germany

Montreal, Quebec

Title: La Job
Office: Les Papiers Jennings
Regional Manager: David Gervais

Montreal, Quebec

Santiago, Chile

Title: La Ofis
Office: Papeles Lozano
Regional Manager: Manuel Cerda

Santiago, Chile

Scranton, Pennsylvania, U.S.

Title: The Office
Office: Dundar Mifflin
Regional Manager: Michael Scott

Sorry, no data yet on Scranton because, well, it’s Scranton.


Originally published at flyingyak.com on April 27, 2016.

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