Problem vs. Issue

The contextual difference between problem and issue The profound usage of the words problem and issue interchangeably is indeed a growing “disease “. The widely held assumption that a problem can be substituted by an issue when it comes to usage in language is absolutely wrong and unacceptable.  The reality of this assumption is that […]

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Problem vs. Symptom

Difference between a problem and a symptom Problems and symptom are considered as same by most or almost all people, but both words are much different from each other. A problem can be solved as it has a solution for it, while a symptom assists to recognize a problem. Both words can be best described […]

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Problem vs. Issue vs. Situation – The Difference Between

Is It An Issue, A Problem Or A Situation? You read these three words almost all the time in articles. You hear them on the news or radio. You use them yourselves and they almost mean the same thing always. However, these three may not be as interchangeable as you may think. A situation, a […]

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