For this study, we have analysed the data of 7.222 job applicants who have all started Equalture’s game-based assessments between December 2021 and August 2022:
- 3.289 applicants have indicated their gender to be female;
- 3.933 applicants have indicated their gender to be male.
An important note is that all participants have been asked to complete Equalture’s game-based assessments at the start of the hiring process (i.e. prior to a first screening or a first interview).
Data we looked into
To analyse the main gender differences for our assessments, we looked into the following topics:
- Differences in Dropout Rate between genders;
- Differences in Completion Time between genders;
- Differences in Candidate Experience between genders;
- Differences in cognitive assessment results between genders.