Using Handwriting to Rate Job Applicants

In Europe, the use of handwriting analysis as a way of evaluating job candidates is common and the use is beginning to spread to the United States. Daniel talks to Mark Hopper, president of Handwriting Research Corp. about the controversial practice. Some civil liberties groups say judging a person by his or her handwriting is unfair. Hopper contends it's the only objective way of evaluating a person's ability to do a job.



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