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A full-time Impact Fee Adm. may not be necessary as he/she gets used to his/her job. His or her supervisor may have him/her working on capital improvement projects or writing grants. They also mentioned that an Impact Fee Administrator should be ready to handle the public, because there will be lot of angry residents come in and complain about the fee.

**Do you know other way to say the last sentence in a shorter form? Thank you very much for your help.
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Hi Nancy,

It's good to indicate in your writing that the job is open to both men and women. However, it is very cumbersome to constantly write he/she/, him/her, etc. Often, this is only done in the first instance, to make the point, and thereafter just the masculine form is used.

Alternatively, there can sometimes be other ways to avoid the problem by rewording,

eg A full-time Impact Fee Adm. may not be necessary as the person gets used to the job.

Best wishes, Clive
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You can say this for the last sentence; They also mentioned that an Impact Fee Administrator should be ready to handle the angry residents that will complain about the fee. Emotion: big smile
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Nancy1982A full-time Impact Fee Adm. may not be necessary as he/she gets used to his/her job. His or her supervisor may have him/her working on capital improvement projects or writing grants. They ( isn't it better to say it in the passive cuz whoze they? so you can say: it was also mentioned that...)also mentioned that an Impact Fee Administrator should be ready to handle the public, because of their anger towards the fees. <-- it can work in this form

**Do you know other way to say the last sentence in a shorter form? Thank you very much for your help.
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Clive, did u mean it's ok to use masculine when we don't know gender.
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Hi,

Yes. Or if you want to, you can say 'he or she' the first time, and just 'he' after that.

Best wishes, Clive