For these drawn to a profession in human assets, this WetFeet Insider advisor explores how the sphere has developed; the hiring outlook and tendencies; the various jobs to be had, with wage levels for every; the professionals and cons of operating in HR; and the way to polish of their interviews.
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S. population, is the need for more human resources workers in hospitals and in health allied services. Hospitals ranked eighth in overall projected HR employment for 2010, and allied health ranked eighth in percentage change from 2000 to 2010. Another area of expected growth isn’t an industry per se, but rather the area of specialized HR business services. The staffing industry is rated fourth by the BLS as an area of expected growth by the end of the decade. Both BLS statistics and SHRM studies indicate that specialized third-party firms dealing in compensation, legal services, and benefits will also grow.
I can live with that, but the worst part is people who don’t return calls. What is the biggest misconception about this job? That it’s easy work. I think people don’t recognize how difficult this job is if it’s done right. Everybody hears about these extremely well-paid recruiters. Typically those people have been in the industry a long time. When you’re getting paid strictly commission, you can work hard all month and be no better off than 57 when the month started. It can be some of the hardest work you can do.
Usually reports to a VP of human resources. Salary range: $52,000 to $92,000 Benefits Administrator Administers, processes, and maintains company benefits programs, the most significant of which are the company health benefits. An entry-level position occasionally given to someone with an associate’s degree, though more likely a BA is the minimum requirement. Salary range: $35,000 to $70,000 Benefits Analyst On the Job Qualifications can vary greatly depending on the company’s needs and the person’s experience.
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