I have a question for all Human Resource Managers. I currently attend a two-year school and it offers an Associate of Applied Business - Human Resource Management degree. I'm wondering if a two year degree will be of any use to me in this field, or do most companies want someone with higher qualifications?
This will be helpful for getting into HR as an assistant or other entry level position. We all have to start somewhere right? I encourage you to go for your bachelor's in HR as well as become PHR certified if you are really interested in this field. To climb the ladder get your MBA or masters in industrial psych.
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