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    Apply + job + company: to or with??

    I am doubting about this sentence I am traslating from French to English: "He is applying to a job with a company." Is the preposition "with" correct in this sentence. Anyway, other alternative would be "he is applying for a job to a company", but I am not sure of the correct and more natural combination.

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    Re: Apply + job + company: to or with??

    Say:

    He is applying for a job.

    You don't need to add "with a company". It is generally assumed that the job is with a company.

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    Re: Apply + job + company: to or with??

    Please use a question mark to end a question.

    Perhaps:

    He applied for a job with ABC company.

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