Writing a better job description

Stop writing that same old job description

“Excellent interpersonal skills.” “Self-starter.” “Ability to lift 50 lbs.” “Additional duties as assigned.” Buzzwords and clichés run rampant through most traditional job descriptions. And, let’s face it: These stale bullet points are no longer pulling their weight when it comes to attracting top talent. That’s especially true in today’s extra-tight job landscape, where it’s truly a candidate’s market. Unemployment in …