Of those, the ones who benefited the most were those in education jobs. Both teacher jobs as well as counselor jobs turned out to be easier for those who had participated in diversity training on campus. Thus even though diversity training, especially for education jobs, has been implemented on various campuses, it was uncertain if it were really and truly helping the graduates to deal with their real life diversity problems when they hit the real world.
Thankfully, it seems to have helped them tremendously. For instance, when counselor or teacher jobs came up in third world countries where the mores and the global cultural differences may have petrified some, due to their diversity training, those counselors and teachers are now happily working where they can make a lot of difference in the world.
Back home, counselor jobs were made much easier through diversity training. Such training has been increasing the students' cultural awareness, skills, as well as knowledge. Those who attended such classes were much more apt to protect against any civil rights violations. They also included different identity groups and it was found that they promoted better teamwork when warranted.
Teacher jobs, in general, improved when those who took the training were found to be dealing much better with individuals who were from different cultures, differing demographics, and heterogeneous mixes. This in turn was found to cause the class team members motivation, productivity as well as satisfaction levels to substantially rise due to the knowledge as well as the skills needed to be able to lead diversified teams.
Those in teacher and education jobs were found to have thoroughly recognized that diversity would bring a much greater skill base when it was managed properly. Further, the teachers found that they could improve the overall climate of their classroom, which resulted in better class retention, resolved conflicts, and improved classroom satisfaction. It was also noted that these teachers were more innovative and had greater flexibility in their teaching. They were also found to have encouraged creativity more from the class members that allowed for the interjection of new ideas and challenged their organizational mindsets.
Through diversity training on campus, the definitions of diversity have been broadened. Definitions now include geographic origin, organization tenure, as well as economic status. They tend to stretch to include beliefs, lifestyle, marital status, physical appearance, language, education, personality characteristics, personality, values, and sexual orientation. In this manner, those who are in education jobs or teacher jobs have benefited greatly, as have those in counselor jobs.
Teachers who work with minority youths are now aware that they face workforce problems that include but are not limited to lack of mentors, qualification, and performance questioning, unsupportive work environments, poor career planning, general prejudice or stereotypes, and well as many other kinds of discrimination. Both those in teaching jobs as well as counselor jobs realize that the most appropriate manner to assist students is to provide the following: activities that raise the performance and educational expectations of the student: cultural diversity awareness, mentoring, and finally career guidance. Together, college campuses as well as other organizations are swiftly shifting in order to provide accommodation for expanding diverse markets, escalating diverse workforces, and mounting public consciousness in regard to how businesses should function so that those in education and counselor jobs can better fulfill their job demands.