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Wednesday, January 28, 2015


This is a question that I feel should be in the minds of many job seekers today  because just searching for your dream job might not really land you that job that you need. Having other form of training is really good for job seekers today, not just to for the learning sake but also to gain knowledge and a wider opportunity to catch a job. You can receive training on wider aspects of your same field as well as receive training on another field. The article below was culled from, and it is all about job seekers getting trained to improve their learning goal orientation and having opportunities to get a new job. Read below and think well about what you think about it. Reply on what you think about it. Is focusing on the learning going to fetch you a good job?
ARTICLE:                                                                                                                                       Having the right attitude—a focus on learning from the job-seeking process—leads to more success in landing a dream job, according to new research.
“Attitude means a lot,” says Daniel Turban, a professor of management at the University of Missouri Trulaske College of Business.
“In our study, we found that job seekers who have a ‘learning goal orientation’ or a natural disposition to learn from every situation[s] in life, tend to be more successful in achieving their career goals. We also found that this disposition is not just influenced by genetics; it can be acquired.”
In the study, Turban and Serge da Motta Veiga, lead author of the study, focused on college seniors who were currently in the job-search process. Turban and da Motta Veiga surveyed approximately 120 individuals at different points during the job-seeking process.


People who had a strong learning goal orientation (LGO) reacted to failures by putting more intensity into the search process compared to job seekers who had a low LGO.
Additionally, when the process was going well, individuals with a high LGO maintained or slightly increased their intensity, while those who had a low LGO decreased their intensity.
“It’s not that people with a high LGO have less stress, but they deal with the stress better than others,” Turban says. “With the right amount of stress, individuals with a high LGO increased their intensity, and as a result, were more successful with reaching their goals. We always think stress is bad, but that’s not the case. Feeling a moderate amount of stress can be very motivating.”


Turban and da Motta Veiga also say that it’s not just about genetics. People with a low LGO can learn techniques or behaviors to help them improve their LGO so they handle stress and failures better.
Turban and da Motta Veiga say that it’s best when job seekers spend time reflecting on how they are doing. The more intentional job seekers are about learning from the process, the more successful they are likely to be in their job searches, Turban say“Job seekers can be trained to improve their LGO,” da Motta Veiga says. “Such training could help them realize that the stress and failure they experience while searching for a job is not a bad thing, but instead represents an opportunity to learn from the process and determine how they can be successful at it.”
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