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    #1

    to find a job for after they graduate.

    Hi there,

    What do you think of the use of 'for' in the following sentence?

    In Japan, many senior university students go job hunting during the same period to find a job for after they graduate.

    Could anybody revise it into a better sentence?

    emp0608

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    #2

    Re: to find a job for after they graduate.

    It's fine as is.

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