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I've had the benefit (noun) of a good education. (Used with a noun, it should be "benefit of ".)

Who stands to benefit (verb) from these changes? (Used with a verb, it should be "benefit from ".)
He's had the benefit of an expensive education and yet he continues to work as a waiter. (a noun)

I didn't get/derive (much) benefit from school. (a noun again)

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I guess the intended input was "as" instead of "with".
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Noun: the benefit of something

Verb: to benefit from something