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featured jobs
featured articles

Can anyone explain to me what is "featured jobs" and "featured articles"?
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Hi Gary,

They are the ones that have special attention drawn to them. They are the ones put out for people's notice in the most prominent way.
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Thank you Grammar Greek.
I find mostly the words "featured jobs" in UK recruitment companies. Now I guess they mean by that, "The jobs which mostly candidates like to apply for"?
Am I correct?
Similarly, I think "featured articles" means the articles which many people like to read. Am I correct?
Just another thought about this: Certainly the phrase "featured articles" might simply designate the articles that many people like to read. But there is often a business aspect to anything that appears as "featured" on a website. Very often, a business owner has paid the website owner to display the business listing (or whatever) in a prominent manner, in order to get more attention or recruits or clicks. So, "featured" may mean nothing more than "paid advertising."
--Sandy