Occupancy dipped slightly — just three tenths of a point — to 47% last week, according to Kastle’s 10-city Back to Work Barometer. Seven of the 10 tracked cities experienced small to moderate declines in occupancy. New York City, however, jumped forward after Labor Day, rising 4.3 points to 42.5% occupancy. Washington, DC and San Jose, Calif. also experienced increases in occupancy, rising 0.9 points to 43.8% and 1.3 points to 37.3%, respectively. The highest average day was Wednesday this past week at 56.8%, and Friday remained the low at 27.9%.