I know they may do these tests for people wanting to have a job as a nurse, tech or something else where you deal with people's health hands on, but I was wondering if they use these tests for people wanting to apply to administrative positions such as a human resources coordinator or an administrative assistant. Anybody who has a job in this field as an administrator, I would greatly appreciate your input.
Bookkeeping, Accounting Clerks, Account Collectors, Human Resources Assistant, Executive Secretaries, Administrative Assistants, Customer Service Representative, Insurance Claim/Processing Clerk?
I have an opportunity to further my education (I already have an AS) and get a certificate of completion. I want something that is very flexible to move between states (unlike something that requires a state certification). Which would be most useful in a small town?
Please advise on the job market for human resources professionals, administrative assistants and nurses if possible.
I am looking at going back to school for 2009. Would having an Associates degree in business administration and a certificate in human resource management be a good combo on a resume? Or would I be just wasting my time? Any thoughts or suggestions appreciated! Ps. I am wanting to work more as an administrative assistant but work myself up the ladder. I am excited at the thought of learning more of how a business runs and such. Thanks!
What to put in a cover letter for office administrative assistant?
I'm looking for jobs in this field. I've only worked in customer service, telemarketing/sales positions and one fast food a long time ago. So i have no direct experience in the field i'm interested in, how can i catch the employers eye? And please use some examples if you can thank you.
I'd like to get a job as an Administrative Assistant after I graduate college. I want to start looking to see what's out there, however don't know all the types of places that hire administrative assistants. If someone could list the type of businesses and such that hire Administrative Assistants, I'd greatly appreciate it. It's give me a broader range of places to look for employment.
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 am want to make my career i HR (hr assistant) and currently working in the social services what is the best way to start from? Is it good to start from administrative assistant job or just aply for entry level hr job and wait until i get the interview call. HELP!!!!
I am in my early 20s with a BS in Psych and CJ. I want to work in the Human Resources field. How does one get started in this field? Jobs are scarce these days, but the only positions I have found are the director/asst director or generalist. Where does one start? I prefer to work for the govt as I work at the state level now. Not the best paying job, but the benefits are pretty good.
Juanita is an administrative assistant in the human resources department of a local business. She has noticed that in nearly every case, the last person interviewed for a job gets hired. What effect of memory may be influencing the hiring practice?
I would like this position or any type or receptionist, secretary, or administrative assistant position. (I just am not sure how to go about it)
I'm a 24 yr old student and soon I will graduate with an Associates in Business Administation. I know this is not a top notch degree and I'm not expecting a great job, but what kind of positions can I expect? Administrative Assistant? Secretary? I'm looking to make enough money to get married (FINALLY!). My boyfriend and I have been together for 7 years and I'm ready to get married and move in together.
I am wondering what kind of Job positions I can get if I was to complete a Bachelors Degree in Business with a Major in Human Resources.
What kind of Money can be made? Is it a highly regarded Degree??
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Thanks for Your Input!! :)
I have been working in retail since I was 15. I am now 26. I have had enough with it, so in May when I was laid off from my last job (our store went out of business) I got a job as an Administrative Assistant. I just got laid off again because we don't have any business and they are cutting way back. I have an Associates degree but it doesn't seem to help at all, and I have 12 more classes before I will have my bachelors in Human Resources Management. How can I break into the field of HR or something that can lead into it eventually even though I don't have much work experience in the field?
I'm currently working on a Business AA degree at my community college yet I'm not sure what job titles I will qualify for. Are there decent paying jobs that require a Business AA?
I'm also interested in an Administrative Assistant job and my school has a Administrative Assistant certificate program... however would I be better off just getting an Administrative Assistant degree?
I will probably go back to school to get a BA once I figure out what I truly want to do.
I work for a computer consulting firm as an Administrative Assistant including working Human Resources. Today I had ten people come in for job interviews in our office and only two of them were wearing what I would consider office appropriate clothing, not office casual but office appropriate. Three of them wore dirty tennis shoes, two of them wore tee-shirts, one with food stains on it and four of them wore jeans. Since I spoke to all of these people on the phone and told them that the dress code was office wear I'm wondering what the general public considers office appropriate attire for an interview
I am looking to get into the world of Human Resources starting off as maybe a HR Assistant/Administrator. Now what I would like to know is if it is better to study for a university degree in Business and focus more on the HR aspect or do I apply directly to CIPD and get a Certificate in Human Resources Practise?
I am 22 years old and already have around 5 years experience in an Administrative role.
Any advice is greatly appreciated
I am weighing my schooling options here (both have equal amount of insane debt):
Which do office professionals prefer for receptionist/switchboard/office secretary/registrar/data entry professions?
Office Assistant Diploma (one year program)
Administrative Assistant Degree (2 year program)
Office Assistant Diploma(one year program) + Human Resources Certificate (1 semester of 8 courses)
The Administrative Assistant Degree would be my school's equivalent to a Business Administrative Associate.
Office Assistant Diploma (which I will have this December):
Intro to Computer Bus Apps
Electronic Records Systems
Intro to Word Processing
Advanced Word Processing
Information Processing (learned dictation & transcription)
Intro to Accounting
Office Procedures & Concepts
Intermediate Computer Bus Apps
Human Relations in Mgmt
Integrated Computer Bus Apps
Human Resources Certificate Courses:
Principles of Mgmt
Work Habits & Absenteeism
Human Relations in Mgmt
Training & Employee Development
Human Resource Mgmt
Wage & Salary Administration
Business Law I
Administrative Assistant Degree:
(Office Diploma + these courses):
Admin Office Applications
I'm helping someone apply for a job and they have to choose a category that fits each of the jobs they've done. I don't know what to select. Here are the jobs:
2. Teacher's Assistant
3. Kitchen Supervisor (at an elementary school)
Here are the options to choose from:
Buying and Merchandising
Hospitality and Restaurant Operations
Construction and Facilities Support
Education and Performance Improvement
Equal Employment Opportunity
Marketing and Advertising
Thank you so much for the answers. I just want to be sure we choose the proper categories before we submit this application. :)
I'm interested in working with children. So i was wondering what are the different kind of jobs are in a childrens hospital.