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VOTE: Should Employers Be Allowed to Use Personality Tests?

By CAREEREALISM Founder, J.T. O'Donnell Not so long ago, one of our experts provided advice about answering questions correctly on personality tests administered by hiring managers. There were some, shall I say, interesting comments about these tests by folks who read the advice. To see the original discussion, click here. I'm curious: How many of our readers have been asked to take a personality test as part of applying/interviewing for a job? What do you think of these tests? Are they useful, or not? Do you think they are fair? Accurate? Discriminatory? Answer the poll and then please share your thoughts/comments below! I look forward to your feedback. [poll id="6"]
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