By Susan Guarneri
Career assessments are a big industry in this country, with billions of dollars being spent annually on career change and career transition, staffing selection, talent development, team building, outplacement, leadership development, and succession planning, just to name a few. Consumers, corporations, government and non-profits alike are using assessments to make serious job and career change, hiring, promotion, and leadership decisions.
With millions of people relying on career assessments to produce meaningful results for decision-making, it is more important than ever to address common myths about career assessments. These myths perpetuate a system of assessments use that is not only not beneficial to clients, but also potentially quite harmful.
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