5 Things to Look for in a Gender Neutral Writing Tool (2024 Update)

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Despite the hard work of activists and women in every industry, gender bias remains in the hiring process. Many hiring professionals are aware of more common forms of gender bias, like pregnancy-related discrimination.

Less well-known is biased language in job descriptions.

But biased language in job descriptions, like job descriptions that favor masculine-coded words and use exclusionary language, can turn away qualified female candidates. Even well-meaning hiring professionals may unintentionally use masculine language that discourages female applicants.

You can’t afford to miss out on qualified candidates! Research has shown that job descriptions with less gendered language perform better,

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