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The aim of this study is to comparatively analyze the impacts of inside training and outsourcing training on human productivity in air force. The conceptual framework was developed by reviewing the relevant literature in and out of the country and by conducting interviews with experts. Then, the questionnaires were developed and their validity was approved by the experts. Their reliability was also obtained through krunback alpha. In the next step 100 questionnaires were distributed amongst the people trained in and out of the Air Force. The T test and Z test was used for analyzing the data and the Friedman test was applied for prioritizing the different kinds of training. The result indicate that inside and outside training influence the human productivity but outsourcing training has a more intense effect.
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