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Shining a spotlight on psychometric tests

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

LIKE it or not, most people would have experienced some form of psychometric testing at work.

Call it a glorified personality quiz or pseudo-science if you like, but scepticism over its accuracy and effectiveness through the years has not put a dent on its popularity. 893 more words

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The "Free Press" & Our Great Plutocracy

Katie Couric produced “Under The Gun”, a pro-gun control documentary, and purposely edited it to leave out essential dialogue, casting a bad light on the pro-2nd Amendment participants whom she’d invited to participate. 581 more words


What It Takes to Be President of the American Police State: Anti-Big Money, Anti-War, Pro-Constitution, Freedom-Loving Candidates Need Not Apply

Source: The Rutherford Institute, by John Whitehead

“The qualifications for president seem to be that one is willing to commit mass murder one minute and hand presidential medals of freedom to other war criminals in the next.

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Common interview questions – Their meaning and their ideal answers

In earlier posts we have discussed various aspects of the interview process, and some pointers to enhance your chances whether the interview is face to face, by Skype or phone. 1,111 more words


Elections to watch: AZ-02

on Barber (D), after being injured in an assassination attempt on Gabrielle Giffords, was elected in June of 2012 to replace Giffords in Congress.  Barber was re-elected in November of 2012 by narrowly defeating Martha McSally by 2454 votes.  763 more words


Elections to watch: AZ-01

Representative Ann Kirkpatrick (D) of Arizona’s 1st Congressional District decided not to seek re-election for her Congressional seat and has decided instead to challenge John McCain for his Senate seat.  1,125 more words


Setting the Record Straight on Job Interviews

(Source: hbr.org)

You scored a job interview, and now it’s time to get ready. Before you start prepping, you have to consider whose advice to take. 1,743 more words