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Research among 16 to 24-year-olds showed that many were left unsure about the suitability of a job if they could not understand what was in an advert.

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Research among 16 to 24-year-olds showed that many were left unsure about the suitability of a job if they could not understand what was in an advert. 

Two out of three of those questioned said they did not understand the role they would be applying for because of confusing job descriptions. 

Some of the most confusing terms in adverts included SLAs (service level agreement), KPIs (key performance indicator) and procurement. 

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