Which corporate buzzwords are overused most by recruiters in job posts?
To find out, SimpleTexting compiled a list of the 45 most "cringe" words/phrases and then analyzed 6.6 million LinkedIn US job ads to see which ones appeared most often. An infographic (below) covers the findings.
The researchers discovered that "innovator" is the most overused term (82 appearances per 1,000 job posts).
Other top offenders include "dynamic", "team player", and "proven track record."
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