عنوان مقاله [English]
This research administer with the purpose of investigate relationship between organizational socialization (include training, understanding, co-worker support and future perspectives) with career aspirations (include technical – functional competence, general managerial competence, organizational stability and dedication to cause, geographical security, entrepreneurial creativity, autonomy/independence, life style and pure challenges) among personnel of organization related to petroleum ministry in Esfahan city. Research method was correlation and statistical population were the total of male and females of above mentioned organizations. Research sample were the 501 persons (405 males and 96 females) which selected from personnel’s list of each organization with using simple random sampling. Research instruments were: organizational socialization inventory with 20 items (and four subscales) and career aspiration questionnaire with 25 items (and eight subscales). Face, content and construct validity of research instruments along with internal consistency studied and verified. Data analyzed with using Pearson’s correlation coefficient and enter regression analysis. Results revealed that some of organizational socialization subscales have predictive power for career aspirations subscales as below: training and future perspectives for entrepreneurial creativity (b=0.235 and b=-0.204 respectively), future perspectives for pure challenges (b=0.223), understanding and future perspectives for organizational stability and dedication to cause (b=0.258 and b=-0.275 respectively), training for technical – functional competence (b=-0.260), training for general managerial competence (b=-0.204), training, co-worker support and future perspectives for life style (b=-0.229, b=0.272 and b=-0.205 respectively) and training for geographical stability (b=-0.2).
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