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Many jobs attract a large number of applications and employers need to assess batches of candidates in a fair and effective way so that they can decide which candidates to interview. Psychometric tests enable employers to select candidates in a way that is fair and impartial based on an extensive job analysis and review of the skills and qualities required to perform effectively in the role. There are several different types of test and employers will often use more than one type depending on the requirements of the job.

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How to make sure that more Europeans have the right digital skills to participate in the connected economy and future of Europe? The eSkills high-level conference, which will take place on March 16 in The Hague, will discuss the key actions needed to develop the digital and key enabling technologies (KET) skills required to fuel the economy, jobs and growth in Europe.

As technologies are the key enabler of the fourth industrial revolution and new disruptive business models are created, it is essential for European companies to develop highly digitally skilled employees who can contribute to the digital future of Europe. Yet, the digital challenge requires joint forces and well-coordinated approach between institutions, business and society at large. Action is needed on every level across industries.

Digital is for everyone! eSkills for Jobs invites you to join the debate in this endeavour and to participate at our conference.

See the details of the #eSkillsNL conference

Education and Training Monitor 2015: have a look at the 2015 country reports!

The Education and Training Monitor is an annual series that captures the evolution of Europe's education and training systems by bringing together a wide array of evidence in one digestible report.

The Education and Training Monitor 2015 puts the spotlight on education priorities most in need of investment and identifies policies that help improve the inclusiveness, quality and relevance of Europe's education and training systems.

The Commission published the fourth annual edition of the Education and Training Monitor in November 2015. The full report, including a ten-page summary that combines cross-national and country-specific findings,can be found here.

Erasmus+: Providing more and better opportunities to support Europe's future generations

In its first year, Erasmus+, the bigger and more fit-for-purpose programme for education, training, youth and sport, is already living up to expectations.

With a budget of over €2 billion in its initial year, Erasmus+ has already offered more than one million people the opportunity to take part in 18,000 funded projects. More flexible opportunities for collaboration across sectors are also helping Europe's education, training, youth and sport systems to try out innovative practices and contribute to reform and modernisation.

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