1. Does working at a coffee shop necessarily imply being employed there?
  2. Is working at a coffee shop never synonymous to working in/from the coffee shop?

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"Working from" is the best choice to unambiguously signal that you are not employed by the coffee shop, but just using it as a workspace, and "working for" is an unambiguous way to signal employment.

The other two phrases are most typically used for employment, but could also signal "working from" in certain contexts.


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