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buzzword

Vox populi A generic name for a term that has been recently incorporated into the argot of a particular field
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Generally people feel that by using buzzwords they appear to be on top of the subject and know what they are talking about.
Companies would still succeed or fail in the marketplace on the basis of decisions they make, not buzzwords they use.
He researched and conversed with many people to cull buzzwords and catch phrases during his business school days at UCLA and while working at some of America's top companies, including The Coca-Cola Company, Sony Computer Entertainment America, Universal McCann, and Ubisoft Entertainment.
Although difficult, it is always a good idea to try and stay away from these predicable buzzwords and to be yourself when writing CVs which will help you stand out from the crowd.
Dubai: Many jobseekers dress up their online profiles and CVs with buzzwords in order to sound cool and hire-worthy.
47% of marketers already consider Al to be overhyped, far more than other industry buzzwords.
David Whitby of Glassdoor said: "No one wants to be the office jargon junkie, but who isn't guilty of using some of these buzzwords from time to time?
These weren't expletives like George Carlins infamous seven dirty words, but rather the buzzwords and jargon that seemed to pop up all too often in articles submitted for review.
Sales buzzwords are even more uncreative and obnoxious than filler words.
The war against workplace buzzwords is a lonely one.
Other popular buzzwords include "leadership", "track record", "creative", "strategic", "successful", "extensive experience" and "dedicated".
But if you look up Buzzword Bingo online, you'll see it defined as a game "generally played in situations where audience members feel that the speaker, in an effort to mask a lack of actual knowledge, is relying too heavily on buzzwords rather than providing relevant details.