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  • Getting hired by a well-known company OR getting enrolled at a famous college ARE good examples of this.

  • Good examples of this ARE getting more easily hired by a well-known company OR getting enrolled at a leading university.

Are these two sentences correct or should we change the "or" to "and"?

While we are at it, would you omit the second "getting" before the word "enrolled"?

  • "Bob or Dave is coming to the party." . . . . "Bob and Dave are coming to the party." – P. E. Dant Jul 23 '17 at 6:58
  • So you mean the sentence should be : Getting hired by a well-known company OR getting enrolled at a famous college IS A good example of this. – Antonio Conte Jul 23 '17 at 8:28
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I think the or should change to and. Both sentences are grammatically correct. The getting before enrolled should stay there.

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