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3/4 years clearly means "3 or 4 years" and not three-quarters of a year. MS Word probably autocorrected 3/4 to ¾.



But who writes "3 or 4" as 3/4?


I have done that before.

Never followed by a '+' though.


So "3/4+" would mean what exactly? 3+ or 4+ years? 3 years or 4+ years? 3+ years?


I would interpret that as "three or four, or more", as in, they wouldn't penalize additional years of experience.




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