face widely varying outcomes <in/between> different regions


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I am trying to say a worker can face widely varying outcomes (of a program) in different regions. I am wondering which is more appropriate -- between or in.

An unemployed individual can face widely varying outcomes in/between different EI regions, ...
The regions are called EI (Employment Insurance) regions, they are made arbitrarily.
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  • Edinburgher

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    German/English bilingual
    What are EI regions?

    It probably doesn't matter, but it would help my understanding. I doubt we would say "between" here. We might do if it were constructed differently.
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