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How Do I Find a Career in Human Resources?

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Glenda from Midwestern State University asked: “I have a Bachelors degree in Human Resource Management and a Masters degree in HR Management. However, I am having a challenging time finding a career in the field of Human Resources where I can use my education. What steps can I take to pursue an HR Position?” Thanks for your question, Glenda – Finding a career in Human Resources can be uniquely challenging. As an HR Graduate myself, I have first-hand knowledge of the barriers that can prevent someone from being hired into a role in this field. When I was searching for … / Read more »




A Career in Management and Why It Might Be Right for You

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Almost every industry sector in the world employs management professionals in some shape or form. Without them, the global economy would stall and many of the most exciting developments in technology and infrastructure wouldn’t see completion. As a result, there are many specializations and many pathways to success. In the following guide, we’ll address a few of the things that make management an attractive career prospect to help you navigate the opportunities often presented to recent graduates. What Managers Do While the field represents one of the broadest possible spectrums at the professional level, it can be roughly divided into … / Read more »




A Career in Human Resources and Why It Might Be Right for You

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If you’ve ever been at a job interview for a company of any size, chances are you met with the human resources or labor employment relations manager whose job it is to ensure the business hires the ideal candidate for the advertised role. On the surface it may seem like a career in human resources is all about the effective management of people, but it’s actually much more involved. HR is a competitive field that directly influences the success of commercial enterprises and not-for profit organizations. As a professional working in the industry, you’ll find a wealth of career advancement … / Read more »