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I am studying BA hons in Human resources manament, however having looked at some jobs they require a CIPD qualification. I no longer want to study as my financial condition is worsening day by day. I should be graduating soon with a 2:1 degree looking at all opportunities online they all require previous experience or a CIPD i feel like my time and invesment in university is a waste. Is there any options to get a job in the field qucikly. Thanks and good luck

Asked By: - 9/24/2009
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I would recommend recruitment consultant. Will be worst time of your life for a year, but will get you the experience you require to try and get into Human Resources. Try doing the CIPD certificate in personnel practice while you're working. Will give you a head start on many others.
Answered By: Craig - 9/24/2009
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Im pretty sure you could get a grad job in HR somewhere, maybe not as a manager but maybe starting at the bottom just to get your foot in the door and work your way up. Some firms will actually fund your studies because they know it will benefit them. Why not apply for a job that comes up and see if they are willing to... More
Answered By: sarah - 9/25/2009
 
I would recommend a job in HR department of a multinational or popular in your city company. In a while you will have it in your CV and most important you will have practical experience. But in a 6 months you will know whether you really like the HR business. Confucius said 2500 years ago: "Find a job you love and... More
Answered By: vlad - 9/27/2009
 
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