Looking for HR Generalist job as a fresher how can i get this.any useful sites.how to collect information regarding openings
I am thinking about going to school for human resources and was wondering if anyone can tell me what types of jobs i can get with a human resources degree and what i can do with it. The most i know about it is the they do hiring and firing and employee rights but what kind of business i can get. Is it good job? and is it at a good demand?
Thanks for anyone who is willing to put out the time to help me on this cuz i am struggling here to find the right career.
I work heaps of different jobs depending on the season or how I'm feeling at the time. Maybe 5 different industries. I don't like doing the same thing for too long. I've been like that for years. I'm also a student. What do you call someone who is like this?
I'm planning to attend a college that offers Air Force ROTC and graduate as a second lieutenant. However, I'd like to know what kind of jobs would be available to me once I do graduate. Could I be a doctor? If so, would I have to go to med school at some point? Any info would be greatly appreciated.
I am planning to change my major to economic and earn a bachelor degree.
I am unsure that jobs are available and was wondering what places I can apply with it:
such as a medical office? bank? etc?
help, thanks I am so new at this. Do I heard if you want to do something along the lines of account, we also need a degree in that. true?
Just what the question asks. I'm going to college next year and I'm thinking of double majoring in political science and social working, and minoring in Arabic maybe. I know social work jobs are generally really low-paying, so I'm looking for a job where I could use both subjects and get enough money to pay off my loans.
I am having trouble getting my foot in the door in the HR field. I am in school for my MBA in HR Management, and have previously received a Master's in Psychology. I have been a Generalist for a year now and have been actively looking for new employment. I understand times are tough, so that is why I need the help of a professional. Any advice/help would be greatly appreciated.
I'm currently taking an introductory course in biological anthropology in college. I find the class really interesting, and I'm wondering what kind of jobs are available with just an undergraduate degree in anthropology? Also, is it more beneficial to get a graduate degree? Thank you!
I'm planning on majoring in healthcare administration. What kind of jobs would that be? Or would anyone know the starting pay for a healthcare administrator?
I need to know what is available for an associates degree in human services as in jobs and salary, What do you need to become a counselor? Should I continue with an associates degree in accounting or switch to the human services? I need to know what to do,,,,so confused.
I was wondering what kind of jobs I can get with this degree. And please dont say that my chances are better with a bachelor's degree or anything dealing with a bachelors degree. I just want to know the jobs and careers I can persue with this degree. If it helps I joined the Army Reserve as well
My mrs and myself are both qualified, registered British nurses. She works in critical care and i work in mental health. I have obviously searched online for jobs but Canada is so big that it is proving impossible to narrow it down to one area. We like British Columbia but again, it is so big we don't know where to start. We would appreciate any help. Thank you in advance.
What kinds of jobs are available for those with a Masters in Human Resources? Also what kind of wage can be associated with the positions? Is there a better region of the country to look in for a well paying Human Resources position?
I'm hoping to find a decent business job in this crappy economy. After debating (with myself) whether I'd pursue a generic business degree which comes highly recommended both by peers and most career sites I've been on or go bold with a much-harder Economics degree, I finally decided to go with the latter.
Exactly what kind of jobs could I land with an Economics degree? Is it even advisable to pursue it?
I'm thinking on becoming a teacher, but don't know on what area. I have a Bachelor's in Political Science and Public Administration (Mexico) and a Master's in Public Administration (US). Given my educational background, do you think the bilingual generalist area is right for me? What would I teach?
I am presently working as Administrative Secretary for a Nursing Trade Union for the 8 years. I want to change career. I am intending to do certificate in human resource managment(HRM) and i want to know what are the job prospects with a certificate in HRM.
I am interested in human resources and wondering what some of the jobs out there might be.
& the martial arts. I've also written about pest management, paper and healthcare. But in truth I'm a generalist. Lots of people make their livings as writers. How do I begin?
I am considering enrolling in an alternative certification program for certification in generalist ec-6 and special education ec-12. However, I am worried I won't be able to obtain an internship. Has anyone been successful in finding an internship for their internship year in central texas? Especially San Antonio.
I recently started watching CSI:NY and there was a victim whose occupation was "A submission reader for a publishing company." I searched online for awhile and couldn't find any jobs like that. I have enough free time at my current work place to read a book/night, so where can I get a job like that?