at work

There are lots of different ways to talk about a person's job. Here's an explanation of when to use some of them:

  • "at work" - use this when you're talking about something that's happening while someone is working:
    I got yelled at today at work.
    Mark's still at work.
  • "in my job" - use this to talk about things that you have to do for work on a daily basis:
    I have a lot of problems that I have to deal with in my job.
  • "at my company" - use this to talk about large-scale things that are happening to the organization of the company you work for.
    The management at my company seems to change every year.

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