How to spot a toxic culture by reading between the lines of a job ad

 
Most of us spend a considerable number of hours “at work”—whether we’re in a physical office, behind a counter, or answering emails from our couch. So finding a company culture that’s a good fit (or at least not toxic to your health) is key. But how do you figure this out early on in the search process, before you’ve actually committed to working there? Writer Stephanie Vozza investigates how job ads can reveal clues about what a company’s priorities are, so you can figure out if it might be a fit. “Job ads are meant to target the types of people companies want to attract, but they can also provide potential candidates with some clues to a company’s culture,” she writes. “By reading between the lines, you may be able to discern whether you’d thrive.”

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