Can I say "work at" instead of "work for"? What's the difference?
Both would be correct in this context, and they would mean the same thing. The difference between the two is that "work at" can be used to refer to a physical location as well as just the company name. Whereas "work for" can only be used with the company name. Ex: I work at Disney. Ex: I work for Disney. Ex: I work at the Greendale Disney office.
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