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Call Out Sick vs. Call In Sick

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A woman in Hudson, New York, says her boyfriend, who grew up on Long Island, uses the expression call out sick, meaning “to phone an employer to say you’re not coming to work because you’re ill.” But she uses the phrase call in sick to mean the very same thing. To call out sick is much more common in the New York City area than other parts of the United States. This is part of a complete episode.

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