5 Ways Changing Job Description “Requirements” Boosts Applies & Inclusion

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Are your job description requirements turning off talent? Here are 5 ways changing them boosts applies and brings in more diverse hires:

1. Keep your requirements list simple

If your job description requirements list is extra-long, candidates might get bored and move on. A best practice is to keep your list to 7 bullets or less.

Here’s why:

1. If you have an endless list of “required skills,” you might turn off most of your potential hires. An Indeed survey found that 63% of candidates didn’t apply for a job because they felt like they didn’t meet

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