A job analysis is a method of collecting data in which the duties of a given job are determined and then assigned relative importance. It may also include information about the skills and training necessary to perform a certain job. The ultimate goal of job analysis is to aid in hiring and assigning tasks at a given organization by determining which people are most qualified for a given job. In general, job analyses combine hard data about the tasks certain jobs require employees to perform regularly, as well as psychological information about which personality traits an employee should possess in order to succeed at a given job.
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