Today's Personality Tests Raise the Bar for Job Seekers

Published on April 15, 2015

Professor Steven Davis has found in researching the gap between job openings and hires that labor-market churn has declined, which he says could mean that more hires are working out. "The incentives to screen before hiring have increased over time, while the costs have declined," he says.

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