Workforce and Employment

What makes a job advert attractive to potential employees? And what puts them off?

US jobseekers like adverts that mention flexible hours and a remote work culture. Image: Unsplash/ Glenn Carstens-Peters

Martin Armstrong

Data Journalist, Statista

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