Hi, everyone, I have a question here. What's the difference between "year over year" and "year after year"? Thanks in advance.
Mar 21, 2023 11:19 PM
Answers · 6
They both mean multiple years in succession, but "year over year" is generally only used when you are writing about a company's finances. In normal conversation, you will hear "year after year". Also, do not be surprised to hear someone say "year after year" instead of "year over year" when talking about a company's finances. Hope that helps.
March 21, 2023
I am not familiar with the phrase “year over year”.
March 21, 2023
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