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  1. keannu's Avatar
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    get a job at an atelier.

    It's because If I enter a famous atelier, I may make less money and have less personal time, but I can get to learn architecture more profoundly through houses or small architectural works and I can grow more. Unfortunately, I couldn't get a job at an atelier. and instead, I got a job at an architecture company, where I can't grow as much as in atelier, but it guarantees more money and personal time. And as the next step, I decided to go abroad to study after saving money.
    When you get a job, do you usually say "get a job at some company" or "get employed by a company" or "enter a company"?
    Which is the most proper form?

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    Re: get a job at an atelier.

    "Get a job at some company" is the natural choice.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: get a job at an atelier.

    What exactly do you mean by 'atelier'?

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