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May 02, 2021

Humor: Definition of the Word Requirement

Humor - Cartoon: Definition of the Word Requirement

Junior Business Analyst: "Boss, I still don't understand the definition of the word requirement."

Business Analysis Manager: "Here's another example: 'Personal hygiene is a requirement if you want to work for this company.'"

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