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Many people see the new year as the ideal opportunity to change careers, making January the busiest time of the year for recruiters and job seekers alike.
While employers know which type of candidate will best suit their company, many struggle to concisely describe exactly what they are looking for in an ideal candidate, resulting in jargon-heavy job postings that confuse job seekers—particularly junior candidates and recent graduates.
In that manner, a job ad muddled by jargon often stands between an employer and a potential candidate.
To better understand the language of job postings, my