"Everett Rosenfeld, a staff writer at @cnbc, having lunch — ribs, a kale salad and @mountaindew — at his desk. In the modern American workplace, taking time off for lunch has increasingly become a sign of idleness. Today, some 62% of professionals say they typically eat lunch at their desks, a phenomenon that social scientists have begun calling ''desktop dining.'' For @nytmag's Work issue, the photographer @brianfinke photographed 12 office employees chowing down at their desks. Share a photo of your midday meal and caption it #MyDeskLunch for a chance to be featured in a future @nytmag article. Visit the link in our profile to read more about the lamentable rise of desktop dining." By nytimes on Instagram.
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