AssessmentDay Comment on Slight Drop in UK Unemployment
According to new figures released by the Office for National Statistics, the UK has seen a marginal decrease in unemployment from the three months prior to September 2010. This suggests that companies are ready to begin recruiting again, which is great news for graduates and job seekers, and AssessmentDay are ideally placed to provide those looking for work with the help and advice they’ll need to ensure they have the best chance of securing the job they want.
With competition for vacancies fierce, many employers are utilising psychometric and aptitude testing as efficient methods of identifying the strongest candidates as early as the initial application stage. Failure to perform in a psychometric test or aptitude test is responsible for many rejected applications, which is why it is vital that job seekers take the time to prepare thoroughly beforehand.
AssessmentDay have developed unique practice software to allow job seekers to significantly boost their chances of securing work by providing example online psychometric tests and online aptitude tests.
The majority of employers use standardised aptitude tests, which allows AssessmentDay to offer users a comprehensive selection of simulations to cover any form of testing. The effectiveness of AssessmentDay’s online psychometric tests is indicated by their ever-increasing popularity, with thousands of job seekers having already taken advantage of the opportunity to move one step ahead of the competition by making use of AssessmentDay’s broad range of helpful examples, tips and advice.
“Seeing unemployment levels drop, even by a small amount, is great for everyone in the UK,” commented a spokesperson for AssessmentDay. “Now that the shoots of recovery are showing and employers are ready to recruit again, it’s imperative that job seekers and graduates give themselves every possible chance of succeeding in their applications. We at AssessmentDay are certain that in many cases using our comprehensive preparation software can be the difference between success and failure when sitting a psychometric test.”