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The successful candidate will have a bachelor's degree in marketing and 5 plus years of sales experience at a managerial level.

Hi,
Is it right to view "5 plus years" in the above as "more than five years?" Thanks.
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Is it right to view "5 plus years" in the above as "more than five years?" I would say at least five years, or five years or more. Written this way, it's not an exact requirement.
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Hi,

I usually see it written as 5+, not 5 plus.

Clive
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Thanks, Alphecca and Clive.

But how do you read "5+ years?" Isn't it five plus years?
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Hi,

You say the word plus.

Clive