I know "I'm at home" and "I'm at school" are both native expresstions.

However, I googled "I'm at company" and just get about 16,700 results, which means it's not a common expression.

How will a native English speaker express this?

Thanks in advance.

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    Maybe I'm at work? – oerkelens Aug 24 '15 at 15:00
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    As @oerkelens said: either I'm at work or I'm at the office (or I'm in the studio or garage or wherever it is you do your work). – Dan Bron Aug 24 '15 at 15:07
  • @DanBron, "I'm at the office" or "I'm at office"? – xmllmx Aug 25 '15 at 2:42
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    Definitely with the. – Dan Bron Aug 25 '15 at 2:42

You could say "I'm at work", and you can specify further with the type of building that your workplace is e.g. "I'm at the office" or "I'm at the construction yard"

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