To go to work

to begin laboring; to commence operations; to contrive; to manage.

See also: Work

References in classic literature ?
Few patriots can live so long without eating, and some of the applicants will be compelled to go to work in the meantime.
Yes, just as that man has got that son raised at last, and ready to go to work and begin to do suthin' for HIM and give him a rest, the law up and goes for him.
They did not ask Martin to go to work, nor to cease writing.
"I'm made to go to work. I may be able to make a place for myself by steady working, and I might as well be at it," he decided.
In the morning, of course, most of them had to go to work, the packing houses would not stop for their sorrows; but by seven o'clock Ona and her stepmother were standing at the door of the office of the agent.
If he wants to see any of my letters, he knows the right way to go to work. I wouldn't have him see one of these letters, written for circulation in the family, for anything in the world.
"He was targeted because he caused some difficulties for a criminal to such an extent they would risk a murder." The victim, 39, was leaving his home to go to work at 6.25am when he was blasted to death.
waiting for a taxi to go to work when he was e 28-year-old was waiting for a taxi to go to work when he was approached by three men on Marsh House Avenue at about 4.45am on Saturday.
A recent GulfTalent survey showed that one in ten employees in MENA region plan to go to work late in order to watch the matches of World Cup at night.
A MAN who owns a huge clothing factory tells his workers, who are afraid the building will collapse, that if they refuse to go to work, they will lose their jobs.
About half of those choosing to go to work while sick said the most important factor in their decision was job security.