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Any thoughts on an alternate phrase for "exciting opportunity"? It's such an overused phrase. Thank you!

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Depending on the context, one of these should fit:

  1. once-in-a-lifetime opportunity
  2. big break
  3. chance of a lifetime

break: an opportunity that helps you to be successful (Macmillan English Dictionary)

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How about "dull job that doesn't pay very well, provide health benefits, or paid vacation"?

That description is not overused.

  • Ha! Yes - a common use for the phrase when covering up details in job descriptions. I, however,am just wondering from an editing standpoint. Many of the docs I have to edit about technology use that phrase. – PLong Nov 9 '15 at 19:44
  • Does it involve an investment opportunity? – TRomano Nov 9 '15 at 20:03
  • No. Just advancements in the travel technology space offering "exciting opportunities" to property managers of vacation rentals. I know - super sexy topic. – PLong Nov 9 '15 at 20:30
  • I'd succinctly describe a core feature and let those who would be excited by it get excited. Travel to anywhere and to anytime in the known Universe (some restrictions may apply). – TRomano Nov 9 '15 at 21:57

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