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Topic # 115061 12-Mar-2013 15:12
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Hello folks...

Given two job listings: (A) and (B), which one you prefer and why?

And which one are you more inclined to click through the job listing itself/application form?





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  Reply # 778600 12-Mar-2013 15:29
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I prefer A, it has more detail....something a lot of job ads are severely lacking these days.

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  Reply # 778603 12-Mar-2013 15:32
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Unquestionably A. More detail == good. 

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  Reply # 778630 12-Mar-2013 16:06
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Definitely A ... need the extra detail

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  Reply # 778646 12-Mar-2013 16:19
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+1 for A, more detail is good.




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  Reply # 778770 12-Mar-2013 19:55
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Can I choose a mixture of A and B.

A has too much pointless fluff. B has too little useful info.






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  Reply # 778771 12-Mar-2013 19:58
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Neither, PM's are a pain in the ass  :)

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  Reply # 778774 12-Mar-2013 20:05
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definitely A as it is well laid out and has detail about the position without being over weighed down with descriptions that can be sorted later.  B doesn't have enough detail to really consider it.




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  Reply # 778775 12-Mar-2013 20:07
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IT folk, and PMs, are generally "fact-finders" who love detail. Hence A works very well for them.  Sales folk, not so much.




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