Preposition at the end of the sentence- correction?

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Is this sentence correct? I have read that a prepostion at the end of a sentence should be avoided. Thanks.

See example:

The fear of change makes the Serbian immigrants less interested in changing living environment or jobs that they are not satisfied with.
asked May 24 '11 at 15:13 Jelena New member

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Jelena, 

 

The sentence is correct.  You CAN end a sentence with a preposition, but some more traditional writers still think otherwise.  So, if you are writing for a formal situation and you don't know the expectations of your audience, I suggest moving the preposition.

 

Here's how:

 

The fear of change makes the Serbian immigrants less interested in changing living environment or jobs with which they are not satisfied.

link comment answered May 25 '11 at 16:28 Kimberly Expert
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link comment answered Dec 21 '12 at 12:36 maiko New member

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