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    Which sentence do you think is better?

    There is an opening for a PhD assistant at the Chair for Commercial Law.

    There is an opening for the position of PhD assistant at the Chair for Commercial Law.

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    Re: opening

    Quote Originally Posted by Jasmin165 View Post
    Which sentence do you think is better?

    There is an opening for a PhD assistant at the Chair for Commercial Law.

    There is an opening for the position of PhD assistant at the Chair for Commercial Law.

    Thanks.
    I would go for the first one, you don't really need "for the position of" with "an opening for".

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