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    Question which is correct

    When applying for a job and you do not have a specific position or job title to use, do you write; "I am applying for any suitable position in ABC Company" or do you write "at ABC Company". which word is correct "in" or "at"?

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    Re: which is correct

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    When applying for a job and you do not have a specific position or job title to use, do you write; "I am applying for any suitable position in ABC Company" or do you write "at ABC Company". which word is correct "in" or "at"?
    Either will do.

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