Job Korea Corp., operator of the No. 1 South Korean job site JobKorea.co.kr, has launched Internet lectures on an aptitude test candidates need to pass to get a job in the public sector, Yonhap News Agency reported.

Called National Competency Standards (NCS), the aptitude test aims to develop a candidate’s memory, problem-solving and communication skills. Candidates are charged a fee for online classes and offline literature.

Founded in 1998, Seoul-based JobKorea Inc. also runs a part-time job site at Albamon.com, a job-matching site focused on the gaming industry at GameJob.co.kr and a career bulletin for college students at Campusmon.JobKorea.co.kr. The company is engaged in various offline employment support projects.

JobKorea.co.kr saw 2.3 million visitors in June, according to SimilarWeb. Its main competitor Incruit.com saw 1.1 million visitors during the same month, followed by Kr.Indeed.com with 610,000 visitors, Wanted.co.kr with 200,000 and KreditJob.com with 160,000.

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