I want to ask a question on the main site that is more or less "How can I find jobs where hiring decisions are primarily made on the basis of cognitive, intelligence, and/or skill test scores rather than by more common means such as resumes, years of experience, personality tests, and interviews? For example, are there job boards that specialize in this? Are there placement agencies that do this?", but I'm not sure it is on-topic.
Would such a question be on-topic? Is it too broad or too narrow? What can I do to help me make this into a question that would be well-received?
My instinct is that my question as initially written is too broad (where? what kinds of jobs?, what salary range?, big company or small company?, etc.), but obvious ways to narrow it down (e.g. to "How can I find warehouse shift supervisor jobs within 50 miles of Cleveland, Ohio where hiring decisions are primarily based on....") would seem to make it too narrow and only interesting to a small number of people (e.g. Cleveland warehouse workers). Also, making a direct request for a list of offsite resources (e.g. "What are some job boards and/or recruitment agencies that match candidates to employers using direct skills tests rather than uploaded resumes, cover letters, and filled-in employment history profiles?") would seem to be too close to a spam-attracting resource request.