Most job seekers are going to take a four-trait personality test in their job application process and then sit in the interview just hoping the test results won't, somehow, rule them out. Shouldn't job seekers should know what a four-trait profile is going to say about them and be prepared to present their strengths as a way to rule them in? I've heard many people express their frustration at having an interviewer keep the results of a profile to him- or herself
JobFitProfile.com is a very good solution: site visitors do the MRA Leadership Matrix (my product, I confess), just as they will as job candidates. Then they'll see a partial report and can pay a small fee for a complete report written for the job seeker - not the hiring manager. The report gives advice on presenting the strengths identified in the report and what questions to ask to ensure good job-fit.
If you have completed your own Job Fit Profile, let us know how useful it was in your job search.