For your amusement (and edification), here’s a list of commonly used job-listing jive and how to decode it.“Lots of growth opportunity” This phrase is a favorite among startups with big dreams and small budgets.After all, long-term growth opportunities don’t do you much good if you decide to leave after a few months or the company goes bust.“Flexibility on work hours” This is another favorite among startups (and nonprofits, too). I would say I’m pretty slender, but given my Scottsdale, Arizona club scene surroundings, I don’t think my version of slender applies. But I’ve also gotten many notes complaining about the general practice of fitness deceit. Now, when asked to define my body type as either “Slender,” “Athletic and Toned,” or “Average” I’m at a loss.
Feel free to post a piece of yours in the comments section and I can help you too. We’re intense and deeply-committed to everything we do.
I work out 6 days a week and I eat healthy food, but I’m in no way a diet freak and I like to splurge on the weekend.
I’m not athletic by any means (as in I don’t, nor should I, play sports) and toned is another one of those relative terms.
I’ve got good legs and I’ve been told I have a “great ass”, but I wouldn’t say the rest of my body qualifies as toned.
Needless to say, I select average and move on to the next question……So, a few days pass by and I’m confident in my body choice selection.
Some women will think of the writer of the profiles below as weird, but…