Workers stuck at home after storm now longing for the office

Commuting bicyclists at a stoplight watch a large crowd of people waiting to board special buses into Manhattan near a bus pickup area in the Brooklyn borough of New York on Friday, Nov. 2 2012. The power outages and flooding caused by Superstorm Sandy have forced subway stations to close and altered the flow of traffic to and from Manhattan. For those stranded workers not even trying to get to the office, working at home has proved to have drawbacks. Photo by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Commuting bicyclists at a stoplight watch a large crowd of people waiting to board special buses into Manhattan near a bus pickup area in the Brooklyn borough of New York on Friday, Nov. 2 2012. The power outages and flooding caused by Superstorm Sandy have forced subway stations to close and altered the flow of traffic to and from Manhattan. For those stranded workers not even trying to get to the office, working at home has proved to have drawbacks. Photo by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
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