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Predicting long term job performance using a cognitive ability test.

  title={Predicting long term job performance using a cognitive ability test.},
  author={Sandra G. Alexander},
This study focuses on the relationship of one cognitive ability test on long-term job performance as measured by personnel data. Archival data from over 3,000 employees at an international technology company were used to assess how aptitude test scores relate to both objective and subjective job performance measures. Supervisory performance ratings, level of promotion, and salary increase significantly contributed to variance in test scores; however, these results were inconsistent. Number of… 

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