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Millions of workers take assessments each year as part of personnel selection, to improve collaboration and teamwork, and to identify satisfying career paths. Army during World War I to try to predict which soldiers would suffer from “shell shock,” personality testing today is a roughly 0 million industry, with an annual growth rate estimated at 10% to 15%.“Let me tell you why you’re such a difficult match,” Warren said, facing me on one of his bright floral sofas.He started running down the backbone of e Harmony’s predictive model of broad-based compatibility, the so-called twenty-nine dimensions (things like curiosity, humor, passion, intellect), and explaining why I and my prospective match were such outliers.But personality screening is not without controversy.
Not just in my city, state, region, or country, but in the entire world.
At a time when it’s easier than ever before to learn about the purported benefits of getting married, single people are on the rise, and there’s a growing awareness that not everybody gets married by the time they’re 30, or 40, or 50 — that more and more people are building solo lives for themselves that would have been viewed as wildly unorthodox in the fairly recent past. In 1970, there were 38 million single people in the U.
S., and they made up just 28 percent of the population.
The odd thing was that he was eager to hook Also See: From Atlantic Unbound: Interviews: "Logging On for Love" (February 7, 2006) Lori Gottlieb talks about love and the new research that's being produced by Internet matchmaking services.
"No Ordinary Love" A sampling of some of the more specific niche online matchmaking services.