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    #1

    employed in/at/on the position of...

    which preposition is correct?

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    Re: employed in/at/on the position of...

    The simplest is employed as (eg., Marketing Executive).

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    Red face Re: employed in/at/on the position of...

    Thank you, I agree; however, in this case, I am reviewing a text and need to use this exact phrase. They have used "in", but I'm not sure if it's correct.

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    Re: employed in/at/on the position of...

    I would use "in" in this situation.

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    Re: employed in/at/on the position of...

    Quote Originally Posted by SoothingDave View Post
    I would use "in" in this situation.
    So would I, if you have to use one of them.

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    Re: employed in/at/on the position of...

    Thanks, guys, I feel better now. I appreciate it!!

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