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Business jargon in job adverts putting off young people

Business jargon in job adverts is putting young people off applying for their first job, a charity says.

Business in the Community asked 16 to 24-year-olds to rate entry level job adverts from 65 companies. More than half did not have a clear job description.

BBC Radio 4 PM's Andrew Bomford asked Lauren Roberts, 20 and Nicole Guttridge, 19 to decipher some of the terminology.

Answers: DOE means dependent on experience, EA is an executive assistant and a COO is a chief operating officer