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    #1

    With or at

    Hi,

    Question:
    Should I write with or at?

    Sentence:
    I would like to apply for the Graduate Trainee position (Ref No. X111) at/ with ABC Ltd advertised on Jobsdb.

    Thanks
    Last edited by uktous; 21-Mar-2010 at 13:04.


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    Re: With or at

    hello guys!

    I think you should use AT , not "with".

    The reason is you're denoting a particular place, point, position etc sometimes accompanied by a particular time information.

    ex: I have an appointment at National Bank. I've a date at Sunnybrooke Hospital at nine o'clock.

    I hope I helped you!

    Jaime

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    Re: With or at

    Quote Originally Posted by uktous View Post
    Hi,

    Question:
    Should I write with or at?

    Sentence:
    I would like to apply for the Graduate Trainee position (Ref No. X111) at/ with ABC Ltd as advertised on Jobsdb.

    Thanks
    I'm not sure I understand this exactly, but if you are seeking a position I would suggest the word "with." Generally you take a position "with" a company, although you would work "at" the company. In the sentence above I do believe you could use either word, however.

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