work out of <location>

  • theartichoke

    Senior Member
    English - Canada
    The first one means, confusingly enough, the same as "I'm working in the/our New York office today." I wouldn't say "I'm working out of home": I'd say "I'm working at home" or perhaps "I'm working from home." You could say "she works out of her house," though: it means "her office/business is located in her house."
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