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Hi all!

Imagine I'm writing an email to a friend, telling him about my seach for a job. How would you say the following?

I applied for three jobs. The first one is in Microsoft.
I applied for three jobs. The first one is with Microsoft.
I applied for three jobs. The first one is at Microsoft.
I applied for three jobs. The first one is for Microsoft.

The email continues as follows. Is this paragraph correct?

I think it is the most interesting, but the pay is the lowest. They need an architect for developing a new product.

Thanks!

Mara.
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I like your version with "with" Microsoft. The paragraph sounds fine to me, but you'd better wait till you have a native's opinion.
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Companies like to think of themselves as "human." Working WITH them, rather than at, in or for them. A job with Microsoft is a good choice, pieanne.

Ikia
Thank you, Ikia. Anyway, you can't work "in" Microsoft, "at" would be difficult - they have so many offices -, and "with" , as you say, is better than "for" Emotion: sad

My uncertainty was related to the rest of the message.
PieanneThank you, Ikia. Anyway, you can't work "in" Microsoft, "at" would be difficult - they have so many offices -, and "with" , as you say, is better than "for" Emotion: sad

My uncertainty was related to the rest of the message.

You can use either with or at
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