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    #1

    "work from home"

    I always hear people say "work from home." Why not "work at home." Is "work at home" not correct? What's the explanation behind "work from home."

    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: "work from home"

    There really isn't much difference in many cases but you may only work
    at home because that's where your office is or, if you have an office
    outside your home, you may still work from home sometimes.

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