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Good.co Interactive Personality Test

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Good.co is a great personal assement tool for job seekers. Even better, it can "predict" how well the employee and the company will work together!


Based on the latest studies in positive psychology, it tackles personality traits, thinking styles, attitudes and how these interact in the workplace. In 15 simple questions, the system identifies and shows you a blend of two or three archetypes that match your personality. It also shows you in which working environment you would feel more happy and what types of companies you should target. 


The acquired knowledge can be used to prepare yourself for job interviews, or just better understand your exisitng working environment. Start your assesement by clicking on the "Source button".  

19/06/2014

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