What are my job prospects?

I'll be graduating in a year with a BA in Human Resource Management/Personnel Psychology with a minor in Business Administration. I have 6 months of secretary/filing experience at Kumon learning center. 8 months as a front desk/secretary at a full-service salon. 6 months as a Administrative/Sales Assistant at a corporate office of a women's gym. 6 months of Accounting Assistant and moved on to be Accounts Payable & Payroll for 3 months as a substitute at the same company (shows growth?). I also have 2 years working part-time as a nanny & part-time as an Executive/Administrative Assistant at my Dad's Company. I will also complete 1 year of HR Internship at a local company or organization before graduation. We are given a list of local "qualified" companies/organizations that I can use for my internship. It's credit-based for my college. I really want to get into one of the medical organizations like a hospital, medical group, clinic or Red Cross. After graduation I want to either start out in Human Resources or would eventually like to work in administration at a hopsital. Just start out as an administrative assistant or admitting and maybe transfer into HR. I just think that a hospital is a place that I would feel good working for and would offer more job stability. I looked and most jobs at the local hospitals ask for a high school diploma or equivalent and 3-4 years office experience. Do you think my degree & experience will qualify me? I also have friends that work at either hospital I'm interested in. Would knowing someone help me more? Thank You! I know I still have 1 1/2 years of college left, but I would like to be prepared. I'm a very driven individual. Any input on my experience would be appreciated. I just heard hospitals are hard to get into.

Asked By: ylh - 6/15/2009
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I would reccomend that you use a source friend to help you find a job within the hospital structure. WIlling to take anything is a good positin but truly complete your degree and you should be fine.
Answered By: Chad - 6/15/2009
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