• 'Vague or confusing' job descriptions have put off nearly a fifth of workers from applying for roles, survey suggests

    3 days ago - By Business Insider

    Nearly a fifth of employees have apply to role with unclear job descriptions, a new survey suggests. Carol Yepes/Getty Images
    Vague job descriptions put off 17% of workers from roles in the last 18 months, research suggests.
    The survey, conducted by talent platform Eightfold AI, polled 913 employees and 259 HR leaders.
    A "vague or confusing" description was the employees' second most common reason for not applying.
    Nearly a fifth of employees were recently put off applying to jobs because of "vague or confusing" job descriptions, a survey has suggested. The survey, conducted by talent...
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