What can I do after being Executive Director of Human Rights?
I was recently tapped to become the Executive Director of the Human Rights Commission in my City's government. I am leary about accepting the job because I am afraid that I will be labeled as a government worker and not be able to get into the private sector in something I am more interested in. I am 27 years old and hold a BA in Economics, an MS in MIS, and will finish my MBA in May. What should I do? I am very interested in banking and finance.
Asked By: wvukid21 - 4/3/2008
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I know for sure that Human Rights Commissions will have posts of Director (Research), Director General (Investigation). etc., but will not have Executive Director post ! I am an Advocate basically associated with Human Rights Commissions please !!!!!
Answered By: V.T.V.RAM - 4/7/2008
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Answered By: David M - 4/3/2008
For a 27 year old, seems you have accomplished much in a short period of time compared to most people. Government label? I don't understand why you would fear rising up and getting a terrific job status? Sounds like you are intimidated. What would you do in banking and finance? The field is scorched.
Answered By: anaise - 4/4/2008
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