Editing and proofreading manager with Habitat for Humanity

The nonprofit that builds affordable housing for people in need is now looking to build one lucky applicant a professional home.

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You might consider such language oversights even more reprehensible when they’re at the expense of a company’s otherwise standup reputation.

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Take Habitat for Humanity, for example. As an organization that does so much good on the behalf of those in need, it’d be a shame to see its name tarnished by a misplaced comma or poorly worded sentence.

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