Recruiters Use Games To Rank Young Financial Professionals

Recruiters Use Games To Rank Young Financial Professionals
technology

A finance industry recruiting platform asks participants to play assessment games to build and prove their skills.

Timothy Ryan, PSFK Labs
  • 19 march 2012

The Hong Kong-based start-up ConnectCubed has created an online platform where users play assessment games to build and prove their skills in finance. Participants begin by signing up and building out a profile in order to participate in assessment games that help distinguish their skill-set. Financial institutions like banks and hedge funds will pay a fee to access the site’s database, while ConnectCube further sorts applicants through an algorithm that includes metrics ranging from skills to the ability to learn and adapt.

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