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Buzzwords turn up time and time again in job listings.

From ‘synergy’ to ‘incentivize,’ here are the most annoying buzzwords people can’t seem to let die in every US state

Buzzwords like "synergy" and "think outside the box" turn up time and time again in job listings.
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The same words that make a job irresistible in one city can scare away applicants in others

Candidates flock to a company hiring through a job listing with the word "synergy" in Phoenix and Salt Lake City, but steer clear of gigs using that word in Miami and Philadelphia, text-analysis startup Textio found.

Apple-affiliated Twitter account says ‘cool new Apple products are coming’

"Pssst! Can you keep a secret? Cool new Apple products are coming and WebKit needs your help to take full advantage of the [redacted]."
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Working for Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace may sound like a dream to some, but the pay is less than you think

Queen Elizabeth is paying a new catering chef about $28,000 a year — or less if they decide to live at Buckingham Palace.
Figure out what a company's culture is like by looking for key words in its job listings. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is pictured.

For an inside look at Facebook, Amazon, and Apple, scrutinize something most people overlook: the words used in their job postings

It's no coincidence that common language would pop up in thousands of seemingly unrelated job postings, and this common language hints at the company's culture.

Too many people make a career mistake that lets their dream job pass them by

The CEO and COO of The Muse, authors of "The New Rules of Work," say it's crucial to be proactive about your career progression.