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    work at/in/with/for - which one is it?

    Is there a rule for using prepositions with the verb work?
    I work in/at/with/for a bank/company/association.
    I work in/at/with/for the Bank of New York/Coca-Cola.
    Thanks..:)

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    Re: work at/in/with/for - which one is it?

    Quote Originally Posted by bambusst View Post
    Is there a rule for using prepositions with the verb work?
    I work in/at/with/for a bank/company/association.
    I work in/at/with/for the Bank of New York/Coca-Cola.
    Thanks..:)
    If you are directly employed by the bank, company etc. in, at and for. If you are an outside consultant carrying out a particular job for the bank/company, then 'with' is appropriate.

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