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Browse the WorkKeys® Applied Mathematics, Locating Information, and Reading for Information scores required for more than 400 different jobs.

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There are hundreds of locations licensed to provide WorkKeys assessment services throughout the United States.

Practice Tests

Full-length, online WorkKeys practice tests are available to purchase. Sample questions are also available.

Wanted: Applicants with Certified Workplace Skills

Employers across the country report that they are often overwhelmed by stacks of applications for only a handful of open positions. Sifting through these applications is time-consuming and inefficient. Employers need a way to quickly pinpoint individuals with essential, verifiable workplace skills. That’s why they’re asking applicants to earn a National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC).

Certify Your Skills

Prove that you have the skills needed for the job. Take the first key step toward proving your workplace skills by earning the National Career Readiness Certificate.

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Prove Your Personal Strengths with NCRC Plus

Demonstrating your skills and your personal strengths expands your career opportunities. Personal characteristics—or soft skills—are highly valued by employers. Understanding how your personality can affect your performance helps you to uncover new methods and tools that can make you a better worker—one who will be sought after by employers and appreciated on the job. Earn the NCRC Plus by taking the WorkKeys Talent assessment. The Talent assessment is not required to qualify for a National Career Readiness Certificate.

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Patrick Hayes, founder and chairman of the board at Fabric Images, Inc. talks about why high school juniors should take the WorkKeys tests seriously.