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What is something new i will learn?

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Nicholas’s Answer

No idea what you're askin here, but you'll probably lean that the world is a big place, bigger than you ever thought, and that your life is relatively insignificant. For me, this was a freeing realization, that I could focus on what I can control and care about most—my family, friends, passions, and helping others. None of us can save the world, but we can make a positive impact on those around us and feel great doing it.
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Danitra’s Answer

I am not sure on the question here. You can find anything you are looking on the world wide web. The sky is the limit and you can do anything you put your mind too.
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Emily’s Answer

The world is your oyster. Learn everything and anything. You can Google anything these days and find an answer that easily. Or if you want to pick up a new skill find something that you think, "I could do that" and if you're passionate enough you'll find the right resources to learn at your desired pace.
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Emitom’s Answer

Hi Julia,

As others mentioned, I'm not sure if the context of your question, but I will answer it under the assumption you're curious about what you'll learn through a career in Human Resources.

Human Resources is a wide field where you have the opportunity to learn about many different subject matters. I've listed some of these areas below.
- Talent Acquisition: How to recruit and onboard employees with the relevant skills your company needs to succeed
- Talent Management: How to strategically develop and retain your company's employees while conducting workforce planning activities to determine what skills are needed where within your company and deploying the right employees to the right roles based on that strategy
- Performance Management: How to help employees set goals, provide employee feedback, assess employee performance, and determine their readiness for promotion
- Compensation and Benefits: How to compensate employees based on performance management decisions and provide employee benefits
- Learning & Development: How to provide relevant learning and training opportunities for employees to help them develop the skills they need to be successful
- Inclusion & Diversity: How to drive diversity within your company, ensure that diverse perspectives feel included, and create equity across the company
- People Strategy & Experience: How to create a positive environment for the employees of your company by executing on your company's Employee Value Proposition (EVP) and creating an environment of mental, physical, and emotional well-being amongst employees
- HR Technology: How to manage and optimize the technology used to support HR processes at your company

In addition to the many facets of HR, as an HR practitioner you have the opportunity to learn about how your company functions as a business and develop your business acumen. Please let me know if you have any follow up questions!
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Diane’s Answer

I'm not certain of the context of your question, but I can tell you that I strive to learn something new every day, at work and in my personal life. Our world has so many amazing things to explore and enjoy! I would encourage you to broaden your horizons both in and out of school. Try new things, read all you can and be open to the endless possibilities that are in front of you. Good luck to you!
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