Just graduated with a Master's : Human Resources Mag. How do i find a job in Pennsylvania?
Help: I just graduated from the university with a Master's degree in Human Resources Management.........I am Desperat..........i don't have experience in this sector and other life experience does not relate to HR. i need a job in Pennsylvania and i can not relocate because of family obligations; i am a disabled veteran - cn any person provide advice
Asked By: James D - 6/13/2006
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You graduated with a Master's Degree in Human Resources... See? I knew college was WAY over rated. Human Resourses is all about getting a job, getting other people jobs, managing those people who have jobs. What the hell did you supposedly learn???
Answered By: bogart_that - 6/13/2006
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Answered By: alegviz - 6/13/2006
Answered By: bluedoggy2006 - 6/13/2006
who do you know? social networking in college and grad school often leads to information sharing and future associates and or business employee directions
Answered By: heehawfromall - 6/13/2006
There are several sources you can use your local paper.. monster.com jobs.com.. all those.. you got all the power in the world now!! :D GOOD LUCK!
Answered By: areyouwhoyouare - 6/13/2006
try going to the pennsylvania careerlink, you can put in zip codes of where you would be interested in working, also try monster.com www.pacareerlink.state.pa.us
Answered By: daphnedog - 6/13/2006
Have you checked this out James: http://www.nationjob.com/jobs/human_resources/pennsylvania/ http://www.jobs4hr.com/seekers/search/results.cfm
Answered By: njervis - 6/13/2006
You can also go to government websites and check out opening job positions. They normally have Human Resources positions available.
Answered By: ~NicoleF~ - 6/13/2006
the employment office is a good place to start. browse the classified section of local newspapers, try a headhunter (recruiter) or searching on-line as well. yellow pages is great too. then go beat down their doors. Most jobs aren't listed. try those businesses anyway. they may possibly make a spot for you or cut a... More
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