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Bloomberg – Jobless Claims Fall, Consumer Spending Up

Senate Democrats discuss Women’s Healthcare – 2/29/12

Why is this even subject to discussion? Power words for those that want to limit come to mind…

How To Prepare Assessement Tests

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Assessment tests form part of a large part of the job interview processes, especially in larger companies. Such assessments are currently used by over 80% of the Fortune 500 companies in the United States,  by 75% of the top companies in the England and  by many Recruitment agencies in Spain.

Companies use pre-employment tests, also known as personality assessment tests, aptitude tests and skills assessment tests, for a number of reasons. The ultimate goal of pre-employment tests, however, is to measure your qualities and competencies for the job and then compare them to what is required of the position. Companies want to find the ideal candidate and using pre-employment tests can help sort out which candidates could be the best fit.

There are 4 major categories of assessment tests that candidates could be subject to when applying for a job.

  1. Assessing skills – aiming to identify whether or not the…

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Mac Users more Fashionable…

Costumer Experience is Success of the Business…

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Bank of America Fee Idea…

The Future of Online Banking

Who is winning Pinterest?

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Good News…

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3/1/12 8:40 AM
Breaking: Jobless claims fell by 2,000 to 351,000 in latest week. on.wsj.com/zLjVlR

More isn’t always good…

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Though Life…

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3/1/12 9:08 AM
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