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    work at/in an agency - in/at a school

    Hello everyone,

    I'd like to know the difference between working at and working in, as I have found both expressions.

    Is there any difference between these sentences?

    She works a​t an agency. I work at a school.
    She works in an agency. I work in a school.

    Many thanks

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    Re: work at/in an agency - in/at a school

    There is no practical difference in meaning.

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