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    #1

    prospect

    I can see the job prospects in this company.
    ( 'prospects' - can be in singular? any differences? )

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    #2

    Re: prospect

    It's prospects in your sentence as there are numerous opportunities for advancement.

    You can use it in the singular thus:

    'I left that company because I could see no prospect of promotion'.

    Rover

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