A couple of months ago I interviewed and was rejected for a compensation analyst position. The company now has the position listed again and I would like another chance. The hiring manager gave me her card after the interview, so I have her contact information, but I'm not sure if it is appropriate to ask her to consider me again.
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?
Hi everyone. I recently graduated with my Master's degree in Marketing Communication. I have been told I received a position as a market analyst, but we have not negotiated a salary yet. I have been working for the company as an intern for 5 months.
What do you think is a reasonable hourly wage for both me and my employer? All of the market analyst outlooks only include information on median wage—not entry level (5 months) with a Master's degree. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
I graduated from college with a bachelors of mathematics in spring of 06 and last year I taught as a high school teacher. I want to explore other career options but I am having trouble finding the right fit. I do not have a drivers lisencse so a job requireing internal travel is not an option for me at this point. Where can I go to find jobs with so little experience, no driving experience, a bachelors in math, and decent enough pay to make a living. (I am thinking about 35k a year or more).
I currently work as a System Support Analyst for a huge southern corporation, I am wondering if I am getting compensated adequately for my job. I have a 4 year degree in MIS and I have about 5 total years working experience, any answers will be much appreciated, thanks.
In response to phjun8383 question, I have been working in the CS field for 4 1/2-5 years now, never flipped burgers, never had to,sorry...
I took the ASVAB test and got the results. for
Computer Systems Analyst
Computer Support Specialist
Compensation and benifits, and job analyst
The test says that I would do very well, in these majors. What skills do i neeed to be in the video game design field? I wanted to be in this field, can i choose it because I want to?Or do you need the prior skills? Can I choose computer systems analyst, even though i dont kno anything about computers?
I have an offer for 40k. I have done some benchmarking and see that the US average salary is $75, while the region is $70, and specifically this town average is $60. What is the appropriate counter offer?
I am considering a position as the technical analyst dedicated to the executive group at a financial corporation in Minneapolis. I would provide desktop and Blackberry support for about 80 people including the CEO, CFO and other high-level executives. I am wondering what people’s thoughts are on fair compensation for this position. And, if there is anyone else in a similar role that would be willing to share their approximate compensation.
A couple other details - The company is in the Mortgage business and has around 20,000 employees. Also, it would not be a direct employment with the company. A large national IT firm has a contract with them to be the in-house desktop support. The company I would be employed with pays well, 50K plus for other (non-executive) desktop support positions.
New details- The position is paying 22.45/hour. 8-5 Mondy-Friday, no after hours on-call. One week paid vacation and 6 paid holidays. Having about four years of experience in technical support this compensation is far below what I believe to be market. I am looking for another job.
I know they require same skills, but how these paths differ and what is the corporate ladder like for this path.
I have worked at a retail bank as a financial specialist and am interested in working for a hedge fund. I have a 4 year BA degree but in english, not anything finance related. I have 4 years in retail banking and am wondering how I can get into a hedge fund. I have been applying at wirehouses to get licensed but am clueless as to how to get to where I need to be.
I want to learn more about marketing and perhaps even go on to specialise in marketing. What I'm wondering is is innovation a key quality for this kind of degree? Do you have to create a new brand or anything within the course? also, what jobs are available after a degree in business and marketing?
I have an interview at Fannie Mae for an entry-level analyst position. I can't imagine it being as intense of an interview as it has been when the company was doing better.
Any advice on what to expect? Should I be so bold as to ask about the job security and company stability? I believe I'm an above-average candidate, if offered a position, should I negotiate a better compensation package for taking a risk on them? What's the protocol for joining a sinking ship when everyone else is jumping off?
College is approaching very soon and I am very passionate about Mathematics. I have considered majoring/mastering in mathematics due to my love for the subject.
I've been applying for jobs everywhere, since April. I graduated with a degree in Business Administration, - Management. I'd like to get a job in HR, finanace, or pretty much anything business (except sales). I've been networking, as much as I can/know how, and applying to positions online. What else can I do to get a job! I'm a hard working, smart guy, and idk how to show that to people. Any suggestions on how to get a job?!?
I want to be one when I "grow up."
My wife is getting a masters in Public Administration, but she is getting disheartened by her friends earning money while she just spends it. Will it pay off in the end or would it be better to earn experience in a certain field?
To me it sounds a good job but a bad life is this true. I believe this due to stress, no social life, over worked, no family life etc. Is this true?
I have a Bachelors of Sociology for Pre-Law and I'm unsure about whether I want to spend another four years in Law school. I know that I won't earn as much money without the law degree, but are there any fulfilling careers out there in which I can use my degree?
And also the salary for those jobs,i really appreciate your help.thanks
I am thinking about getting my degree in human resources and I was wondering what kind of work I could enter and what kind of pay should expect.