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Hello,

Can you please tell me if it is OK to say a man who takes two jobs? What would be a more common way of expressing the same thing? Is it ok to use preposition in with practice? Is it better to say corporation or corporative issue? Thank you in advance.

I was impressed by the syllogistics of the third: “A man who takes two jobs, has to have two women as well. The more you work, the more you cheat.” It was the spirit of capitalism in practice, adultery as corporation issue.
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Consider--

“A man who holds two jobs has to have two women as well. The more you work, the more you cheat.” It was the spirit of capitalism in action, adultery as a corporate issue.
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Thanks Davkett. You've helped me a lot.