To have the best-qualified IT staff, you need to verify their application and web development expertise. You can do this through generating and delivering IT skills tests that assess a wide range of technical abilities.
35% of chief information officers in the country say it is very challenging to find skilled IT professionals.
According to LinkedIn, mobile development is one of the most necessary skills to have.
The demand for experts in cybersecurity skills will create 3.5 million job openings by 2022
Top Skills and Abilities to Look for in IT staff:
Application-oriented skills: Skills needed to work effectively with application software packages, such as Microsoft’s ‘Office’ suite, computer-aided design, graphic design and more.
Development skills: Programming and database design require a good knowledge of how computer systems work.
Operations skills: Your IT systems and infrastructure can only work effectively and securely if your hires have in-depth knowledge and experience of computer systems.
With eSkill IT skills assessment tests, you can evaluate your applicants’ IT capabilities, from basic computer knowledge to advanced programming.
What Tests to Use
Off-The-Shelf: C# Developer, Network Engineer, Web Developer, e-Commerce Project Manager, Java Developer, and more.
Subject-Based: Microsoft Office® Simulations, Typing and Data Entry, Data Checking, Java, C++ System Administration for Windows, Macintosh OS and others.
Modular Subjects: A multi-subject test can be yours in seconds by hand-picking your favorite questions from eSkills’ hardware and networking, databases, business intelligence, operating systems, and Internet browsers tests.
Your Own Content: Questions created from skills assessment tests for employment or added using your own company-specific test questions with the eSkill Editor.
Why Are eSkill’s IT Skills Tests Used by OSF Global, ADP, Paychex, Byrne Software Technologies, and Applied Technical Services?
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