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What is learning curve

This is the time and practice/experience it takes to learn a task or job. The candidate will have a period of time to adjust to the new task or job and understand what is involved and what skills are needed. Some jobs may take longer to get effective in as only time and practice will help get to an adequate level of proficiency.

Used by some to describe the mistakes they have made which they will put down to experience and learn from to get to where they are going.

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