10 Examples of the Best Inclusive Job Descriptions

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Having an inclusive company starts with having inclusive job descriptions.

Research shows that words and phrases in your job description discourage applicants from diverse backgrounds. Some words are subtly coded as masculine like ambitious, driven, and competitive, and subtly coded as feminine like warm, supportive, and compassionate. Removing them can increase your number of applications by 42%.

Are you unsure of where to start? Check out these 10 inclusive job description examples for inspiration (and tips).

1. Explore an alternative to “years of experience”

Listing a requirement for years of experience might intimidate some applicants. Years

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