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Career, Aptitude and Selection Tests: Match Your IQ, Personality and…

by Jim Barrett

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How to Manage Your Career and Family provides sound advice on the practical, financial and emotional problems faced by any double-career couple or family. It tackles important issues like housekeeping, quality time with your spouse and children, and offer

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Containing a range of IQ tests and questionnaires, this workbook helps job seekers to work out which area of work they should be focusing on, by scientifically interpreting which jobs they are suited to. This second edition looks at three different types of motivation, verification and formation tests.… (more)

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