5 Useful Best Practices for Rewriting Job Descriptions

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If you’ve experienced a delay in filling out your open roles, high turnover rates, or constant but unnecessary hiring, it might be time to start rewriting job descriptions.

An Indeed survey revealed that 52% of job seekers say job description quality is very or extremely influential on their decision to apply.  72% of job seekers say it is extremely or very important to see details about job culture.

So, if you want to attract the best candidates at a quicker rate, you should consider rewriting your job descriptions. 

Why you should be rewriting job descriptions Changes in the role:

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