Education, Skills and Learning

Watch your language: The gender bias in job adverts

Ladies may also shirk tough language because research shows that female communication styles are subject to much criticism. Image: REUTERS/Christian Hartmann

Ephrat Livni
Senior Reporter - Law and Politics, Quartz
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