I see a lot of German job adverts with "(m/w)" after the title:
Web Developer (m/w)
Please could someone tell me what it means?
And also what "(m/f)" means in the same context.
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m stands for männlich (= male), w stands for weiblich (= female).
Exceptions aside, job advertisements have to be formulated in a gender-neutral way. There are three common ways how to do this:
I think "(m/f)" is the English translation for "(m/w)" (i.e., male/female).