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    Difficult language in job advert

    Job adverts often use quite a high standard of language, which could lead some jobseeker to feel excluded and unfit to apply. We therefore recommend you take a closer look at the language used in your organization’s job adverts. Using accessible language is important, as some jobseekers may be dyslectic and the overall reading skills of younger people are deteriorating. Textmetrics analyzed job adverts of 200 organizations and found that over three-quarters of them used a standard of language which 60% of the population does not (properly) understand. Not a single job advert was written at level B1. Level B1 Dutch is considered simple Dutch and understood by a large share of the population.

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