work [in/at/for] a company – English Grammar – English – The Free Dictionary Language Forums

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I have made up the three similar examples below.

(1a) Jack, I know you’re looking for a job. Do you want to work with me? If you’re hired, we’ll be working in the same company.

(1a) Jack, I know you’re looking for a job. Do you want to work with me? If you’re hired, we’ll be working at the same company.

(1a) Jack, I know you’re looking for a job. Do you want to work with me? If you’re hired, we’ll be working for the same company.

I have trouble trying to figure out when to use which preposition – in/at/for – when I’m talking about work.

Please give me some help. I really appreciate your time and help. Thank you.