I will be graduating this May with an associate's degree. I'm looking for schools that have human resources or business administration programs that will accept all or most of my 70 credits. I've been looking around at the colleges in my area. I'm asking for a second opinion.
A year ago I learned how to use Microsoft Access in my computer software class. I'm wondering how often if at all is it used? If it isn't used what are software programs that we should be focusing on using instead. Are there any specific software programs that are used in Human Resources that studen
I am asking because I'm currently in school for an associate's degree in Human Resources. I have not come across this software program at all during my schooling. I'm wondering what it is, the functions of the software program, and are there any classes to take in order to use the program? I've noti
I would like to ask this question because I really want to study recruiting.
I decided to use the word innovative because I can be given a lot of material and make connections. I love research, there are so many avenues.
I have a lot of paralegal experience, just from earning my B.A. I would like to advance into Homeland Security, but I am finding it hard to meet the job qualifications for a position in this field because of my age and my inability to join the Army or other national force. Was my education pointle
Many people have work experience such as in sales or being a waiter when they are very young. Is that important? I don't know what I want to do longer term with my future, but I think it would help me to know how old I should be when I get my first job. Is there a "general" answer to this question?
I have an opportunity to attend a job fair, but for one day, the amount seems to be a little extreme. I just wanted to know are these expenses worth it considering the connections one may make. Especially when the job fair is Women in Aviation and my Master's degree is in Criminal Justice in Homela
I just want to know if there is a different way to prepare the resume to highlight the new education and desire to get into that field rather than falling back on your old jobs. I am looking for a career, not just a job. I want to dedicate myself but I need to know how to get recognized and not pa
I do not have any experience in my Master's area and would like to get a job in the sector, but I have no experience just knowledge.
I am asking this question because I am lost!! I have worked 6 jobs in the last 5 years!
I am thinking about becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor so that I may specialize in career counseling. Originally, I wanted to be a career coach, but figured that specializing in other areas makes me more marketable. My main goal is to assist people with career knowledge and help them find jo
These questions are normally asked in graduate training scheme?
Hi everyone, I am a college student currently very interested in working in Hong Kong.
I am using some resources like Linkedin and stuff.
I hear that it is possible to get jobs there even without sufficient Chinese(Cantonese and Mandarin alike).
I'm looking for experiences in areas of: sales, HR, cu
when i was a teen, i wanted to study civil engineering, but i was not too good in mathematic but i was good at biology, i managed to pass my physic in high school and ad did very well in biology later settle for physics with electronics. i would like to know if i should gave chosen a careen in biolo
Hi there, I'll be graduating in an year and I'm looking through my career paths and job experiences.
I have lots of experiences of living abroad and willing and wanting to work anywhere in the world.
I think some values of skills of HR management really fits to me; such as listening skills, freedom
If I decided to go into HR with my degree, what would I do? What do Human Resource people do?
I am a design student looking to find a job in the field. How should I go about creating my resume to target creative jobs (graphic design, web design, etc.). What are some key aspects I should focus on that aren't included a the conventional resume?
In an interview, when asked about salary/wage expectations, what is the best approach in answering this question?
Presumably, as an interviewee, it is probably not good for yourself to low ball the answer but as a potential employee, it probably sounds too crazy to expect the highest pay.
What skills are most applicable for a job in HR and what skills are employers looking for?
What extent of knowledge of finance is required in order to handle compensation duties in HR? What skills should I look to acquire in finance in order to get a job in HR?
What is different about working in house for a company and working for a consulting firm? Has anyone worked in both roles and is able to compare and contrast the two?
If you have a bachelor's degree in a field other than business, how can you enter into the business field? What are good jobs to start at in order to make this transition?
What are the responsibilities of someone working in HR and what can you expect your day to look like?
I have recently taken the opportunity to sign up for various online profiles that require me to write a professional summary or professional biography for myself. What are some good things to include or mention? How do I present myself in a professional manner in 250 words or under?
I am about to head into my last semester of college and have not yet found an internship. I may have to move after graduating, and was wondering what traits help an applicant/candidate get a job when they do not have the years of work experience behind them.
Do students who graduate from elite schools such as Ivy Leagues get higher priority than students who come from moderate schools when applying to top companies like Google and Microsoft?
I am asking because I am getting my Bachelors in Management with a focus in Organizational Leadership and I will like to know in what specific skill I can focus in order for me to increase my chances of success in my career ?
I was talking to a few of my college- going friends and they mentioned that it was difficult to find good jobs that would hire them without experience. Is this a real problem that everyone faces and if so how do we get enough experience to get hired by the companies we want?
I would like to know when I apply for a job