Date of Award


Document Type


Degree Name

Master of Arts



First Advisor

Robert J. Filer

Second Advisor

Kenneth A. Blick

Third Advisor

Warren P. Hopkins


This study attempted to validate the Job Matching System utilizing both objective and subjective proficiency measure. The participants were tellers from two area banks. It was found that the Match Index scores (r) that were obtained from the administration of the Life Activities Inventory could be used to predict success on the jo (with success defined as above or below average proficiency levels_ whether objective or subjective it was shown that the Job matching System, with certain notation, did not show adverse impact for any of the minority groups included in this study. Certain limitations upon the results of this study are discussed in the paper as well as recommendations for future studies utilizing the Job Matching System

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