Is it natural to write "find an employment" instead of "find a job"
Students who finish university having studied an area of science are far more likely to find employment.
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"Find employment" and "find a job" are both natural ways of expressing it. Note that there is no "an" before employment here - you find employment in general, not a specific employment. "Find employment" is a little more formal - a newspaper article would say "Students who finish university having studied an area of science are far more likely to find employment" whereas you'd be more likely to tell your friends "I can't find a job."