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A Video Game That Slays Hiring Bias And Airdrops You Into The Right Job?

Scoutible creates games that measure potential you can't get from a resume or interview. Could it level the playing field for job candidates? Scoutible creates games that measure potential you can't get from a resume or interview. Could it level the playing field for job candidates? Demetrius Thomas was raised by his grandmother in Killeen, Texas. With the help of financial aid, he made it into college—but not out.
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