I've read the discussions about being more inclusive etc. and I have impression that they are quite disconnected from the reality. Because those apparently marginalized groups are doing quite well. And their point of view is very well represented.
However, there's the Silent Majority. People, who are poorly educated. People, who are not assertive. People, who have average or poor communication skills. People, who copy/paste motivation letter from the internet, because otherwise they'd have to write 'I want to work for you because I hope you will pay me'. People, who can't afford to polish their CV, because their situation is more likely to worsen than to improve if they start looking for the new job.
However, a typical highly upvoted answer is base on the memes of the upper-middle class.
Polish your CV, although the undeniable proof of the existence of God is the fact that you have somehow managed to get hired, and you don't want to put your faith on trial again.
Make HR your enemy, although they are usually the only people in company that know what empathy is without looking up in wikipedia.
If we look up on the answers from the point of view of average person, and not the highly educated big city elite, how appropriate they would be?