When I applied for a job with UPS, when they first came to England - about 1975 I think it was, I had to undergo a three day selection examination, to see who would actually go through for a real interview.
At the end of the course, I was the last person to be called in to get the results - I knew I had failed, because many of the question I could even understand.
The first thing they told my was that I would not be progressing to an interview - but then told me I had one of the lowest IQ's ever recorded, but the highest ever EQ recorded since their records began!
People even came into the room to meet me! (Americans)
This EQ, phased me, as I had never heard of it, and it certainly did nothing for me in the job application.
They suggested in the printed report that my ideal job would be 1) Policeman (I'm 5'3') 2) Doctor (I'm thick as plank) 3) A security consultant.
So whatever the qualities of a high EQ are, they are linked with these position, I assume.
I do have a high ability to tell when someone is lying, conning, or acting with an ulterior motive. This became evident at the job I was made redundant from at the age of 62!
That's all I can advice you of.
I hope this actual experience helps you mote than it did me - good luck.