Foxconn Tests Zhengzhou Job Applicants on Stress, Securities Times Reports

Foxconn Technology Group is requiring applicants to its Zhengzhou factory in central China to undertake psychological evaluations and stress tests, Secutimes.com said today on its website, citing job seekers.

The test comprises 70 questions, including evaluations of the effects of sleep deprivation, depression and loneliness, the Chinese newspaper said.

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