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what are the age requirements

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Serena’s Answer

Hi there!

Typically, people starting in HR need a GED or HS Diploma, so 18 is the recommended age. This field is so great in that it allows people as young as 18 to work their way up to the top, even though you started as a teen!
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Simon’s Answer

I am not sure whether you are too young or the other way. I would say there is not much requirement on "age" for a career in networking particularly. If you have concern whether it is "too late" for you to enter into a new industry, I would say if you are interested on networking, it will never be "too late" as I have people around me from all age groups. Of course, most of people have completed their high school and some sort of university study which means they are 18 years or older.

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LeAnna’s Answer

Hi Rodolfo, You likely have to be over the age of 18 to go into the field of human resources.
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Carol’s Answer

Hi Rodolfo,

To get into a decent career you would need a minimum qualification of a graduate degree.

Any networking job would require the same. To start off a career in networking the widely accepted certification is CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate).

All the best !
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Jeffrey’s Answer

Hi Rodolfo!

Entry level human resources jobs are usually looking for employees with some experience and at minimum a high school diploma and bachelors degree in Human Resources or a related field. Larger companies often offer robust internships that can lead to a full time role. That's how I started out!

You'd most likely need to be over 18 and between 20-24 for a entry level role in Human Resources.

Jeffrey recommends the following next steps:

I'd recommend you do some research on university programs or community colleges in your area that offer degrees in human resources. Many of those programs provide internship connections and resources as a part of the program. They may even have some opportunities built into the program. I hope this helps!
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