I'm a 24 year old college student graduating in 3 months with a degree in human resources, however I've been independent since 17 and got into quite a bit of financial trouble after a few job losses (thank you, recession.) Now I have a judgment being filed against me and it was recommended that I file bankruptcy. Will this negatively impact and/or disqualify me from a job as a human resources coordinator?
I just got a new job as an human resources assistant replacing a girl that was titled human resources coordinator. Im hoping she recieved a raise and they changed her title.
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.
I studied Business, I love dealing with people, the more people I get to talk to in a day, the happier I am. I wanted to work in human resources, but they wouldn’t give me a job anywhere because I had no experience. I took a job in Quality Control translating the process manuals. I got so familiarized with everything they made me technical writer, then they made me quality inspector, and now I am a production coordinator. I got promoted so much in 3 years, it made other people with engineering degrees jealous. I’m really good at what I do, but that doesn’t mean I like it. I still want to be in human resources, I’ve gone to many job interviews these past 3 years, but I still have no experience, no one seems to want to give me a job in that area, and now I’m used to making good money to just start working at some low-paying position. How can I get started in human resources, and still make what I’m making right now?
I am currently working as an Accounting Assistant and am interested in a career change. I would like to work in Human Resources but I wanted to know what the qualifications were for an entry level Human Resources position. Also, does anybody know of any training classes (certificate only) that I could take to gain the basic knowledge needed to work in Human Resources?
I am doing a career search project for my econ class on Recruitment Coordinators. I need website sources, only the problem is, I can't for the life of me find one web resource that describes the job. I'm not talking about a military recruiter here, I'm talking about someone who works in human resources. Anyone who has a good idea about what this job entails, or can direct me to an informative website?
I have been doing Human Resource for 7 years and cannot find any job. I was thinking of becoming a projector management coordinator.
Here are some background details about me.
School: University of Wisconsin - Madison
Year in school during the summer: Junior, soon to be Senior
This past summer, I had been looking for an internship or full-time job to pay the bills. I went into an interview to be an assistant manager for Walmart. After telling them that I needed some sort of internship to graduate (it's a requirement), the Market Human Resource Manager went and created this internship for me (it never existed), paid me an hourly wage, and created a training path. I had such an enriching experience there, but I don't think I would ever want this to be my full-time career job.
So anywho, the Human Resource Manager had exclaimed at the beginning of the internship that he wanted to show his boss that the investment into interns is worth it if I could just sign on for him. I didn't want to jump into signing my life away at that point, so I told him I would have to think about signing a letter of intent. I never did, but I told him I would be interested in interviewing during school for a full-time position. I sent him an email in October and he was supposed to get back to me with a date, but never did.
Fast forward to now. I just got done interviewing, and I have accepted a full-time professional job at the headquarters of a competing company (no, not Target). They have offered me more money, a sign on bonus, better hours and vacation time... just overall better everything. I know this is the right choice.
I feel bad, though, telling this Market Human Resource Manager that I found somewhere else after he went through all this work to coordinate the internship and stuff.
My question is how can I tell this MHRM I accepted a job somewhere else without burning bridges? If it doesn't work out at my new job, I would fall back on working for him.
Thanks for answering.
Or is all work through these organizations volunteer? The reason I ask is because I LOVE animals and want to work in an animal related career. I'm getting my human resource degree next year. Are there paying HR jobs at those types of organizations?
I'm applying for a job working for the county I'm in, but I'm not sure who to address the cover letter to. I know you should always address it to a specific person, but when I look into the HR department, there's 5 different people.
There's the: Director; Program Director - Personnel Services; Human Resources Coordinator - Operations; HR Coordinator - Benefits; and HR Coordinator - Labor Relations.
I'm confused as to who to address it to. I really don't want to put Hiring Manager or To Whom It May Concern.
There can be departments like accounting, human resources and etc. What about in a film production company? Thank you.
Looking to go back to school...maybe get an online degree. Can anyone tell me anything about Human Resources?
I am 24 years old with a bachelor's in business management looking to build a career in human resources. I've been applying for jobs over a year now with no luck with opportunities with a descent pay (at least 35k). I'm even willing to relocate. What can I do? Should I look into another field of employment. I did a 3 month internship in HR and I have 3 years of experience working in a call center. Advise?
What are the different jobs that are available in airlines? i am not really interested in being a pilot or an air hostess.Any other line of work besides these two?And also please state the academic qualifications.
I am thinking of becoming a social worker but i'm unsure what job opportunities there will be once I finish the degree. Can anyone give me examples (as many as possible) where a social worker may work? Also do you have to specialise in one area?
Are there similar jobs available where I would be helping people, but the degree isn't necessary?
Does anyone know what qualifications a person would need to gain to become a Human Resources Manager in the UK? Is there an entry level into this profession or is it a profession that people tend to fall into from other professions? I've Googled this and no clear answer is coming up. I'd appreciate any help or guidance you may be able to offer, thanks.
My husband is a pastor and has two degrees..one in Religion and the other in Communication. He's changing jobs for a while and going to grad school. What can he do with those?
Im looking foward in Moving to the state of Tennesee and would like to know whats the advantage of been bilingual and been in the field of Human Resources.
I want to pursue a bachelors of human resouces at York University. I was wondering, how much do jobs in this field pay? Is it enough to have a family? Furthermore is this field dominated by females? Sorry if it's a silly question, but that's what my sister claims. I want to go into it but she says that generally girls run human resources.
What kind of jobs could i get with a Masters degree in Psychology?