Is the preposition in universal in conjunction with the verb ‘to work’ and can it be used with any organizations and businesses?
- He works as a cook in a local hotel near here.
- He works in an office in Chicago.
- She works in a big company.
- She works in the emergency unit at the hospital.
- She works in a shoe repair shop.
- After leaving school, he worked in a restaurant for a year. military hospital.
- His sister works in a bank.
- She works in a shoe factory.
- He works in a steel plant.
- She works in a gift store on weekends.
- Ann works in a research institute.
When should the prepositions at and for be used? For example:
- Barbara works at a travel agency.
- She works at the local supermarket.
- Now he works for a bank.
- I work for a small non-profit organization.
I’ve never heard:
She works for a shoe factory.
But with a law firm it’s OK:
She works for a law firm.