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What is the point of "attractiveness" questions on personality tests for a job?
Unless you're trying for a modeling job, who cares?
I took a screening test with Homeland Security once, and the stupid question came up repeatedly!
Nobody knows? What would answering yes, no, yes, no do to the results?
This is not an egocentric question. I just don't know how to answer such an irrelevant question.
I'll never be a model, but I haven't scared any little children yet....
The only idea I have is that they might be thinking that an "attractive" person (what ever that means to them) would be a better 'public face' than some one who looks like Quasimodo...
On the other hand maybe they are looking for a few Quasimodo's ...
Sometimes, I get the feeling that these questions are designed to see what sort of response a person gives... Other than that I can't see that they have any real validity in todays business world... outside of Hooters or the Playboy mansion...
That's what my sister told me. I was wondering if it was a test on vanity and ability to be swayed from a security type position (which I'm not). Considering I think the inner person is more important than the exterior, I thought it was really stupid and a bothersome tangent.
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