Job Board Description - Best Practices

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Crafting compelling job copy requires you to step outside of your own mindset and instead empathize with the people you are trying to reach. You have to understand the innate human needs of your potential employees, as well as the struggles they face when evaluating a seemingly endless sea of options. Only then will you be able to effectively communicate to the widest possible audience and entice the most qualified people to engage your organization.

While words will always be subjective, there are certain guidelines that can be followed in order to avoid the common pitfalls that make job ads ineffective. At the same time, understanding the psychology of someone who is evaluating their professional options will allow you to highlight those features that make your opportunity distinct.

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