Her teacher knew that she would end up with a creative job because she had such a great imaginaition.


Is it all right to say " end up having a creative job" and 'end up in having a creative job" instead of the bolded part in the above? Thanks.
"End up having a job" is fine. I think that 'in' would be incorrect here: you could say end up 'in' [instead of with] a creative job.
Thanks, Philip.

To make sure, does "end up in a creative job" equate "end up with a creative job?"