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HR PROS RECOUNT LANDING FIRST JOB IN FIELD

| February 08, 2016

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HR practitioners filled the Society for Human Resource Management's (SHRM's) Facebook and LinkedIn pages with more than 400 comments on the Feb. 1 article on how to enter the profession. Here are some of their stories...

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TIMESJOBS SURVEY: FIRST JOB DIVIDE BETWEEN GEN Y AND GEN Z

None | May 11, 2016

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According to a new survey by TimesJobs.com, a Gen Z professional had a better experience in their first job compared to a Gen Y professional. The survey of over 900 employees including Gen Z and Y participants finds that nearly 49% of Gen Z workforce got their first job in less than 2 months as compared to 38% Gen Y candidates. Majority (45%) of Gen-Yers took an average 3-6 months to land their first job, reveals the TimesJobs survey....

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10 WAYS TO GAIN CREDIBILITY AS AN HR PROFESSIONAL IN DEVELOPMENT

First Job | October 25, 2016

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To paraphrase Ronald Reagan, in international development the nine scariest words in the English language can be, “I’m from human resources, and I’m here to help. ”While it may seem unfair, human resource professionals assigned for the first time to proposal or program teams should expect skepticism. I’ve been working with international managers for over 25 years. Though much has changed, the perception that HR professionals are only there to get in the way persists...

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IS A SALARY OF €40,000 TOO HIGH FOR YOUR FIRST JOB?

Cpl Jobs Ireland | June 01, 2016

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A recent survey of college graduates found that their expectations regarding starting salaries averaged above €40,000. Peter explained that this is not an unrealistic expectation for some sectors. Technology is disrupting the traditional career path and starting salaries can vary widely depending on expertise. In the data analytics space for example ‘you can be at a senior level salary at 22’. While high salaries sound appealing, Peter warned that graduate jobs often requ...

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HR PROS RECOUNT LANDING FIRST JOB IN FIELD

| February 08, 2016

HR practitioners filled the Society for Human Resource Management's (SHRM's) Facebook and LinkedIn pages with more than 400 comments on the Feb. 1 article on how to enter the profession. Here are some of their stories...

Read More
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TIMESJOBS SURVEY: FIRST JOB DIVIDE BETWEEN GEN Y AND GEN Z

None | May 11, 2016

According to a new survey by TimesJobs.com, a Gen Z professional had a better experience in their first job compared to a Gen Y professional. The survey of over 900 employees including Gen Z and Y participants finds that nearly 49% of Gen Z workforce got their first job in less than 2 months as compared to 38% Gen Y candidates. Majority (45%) of Gen-Yers took an average 3-6 months to land their first job, reveals the TimesJobs survey....

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10 WAYS TO GAIN CREDIBILITY AS AN HR PROFESSIONAL IN DEVELOPMENT

First Job | October 25, 2016

To paraphrase Ronald Reagan, in international development the nine scariest words in the English language can be, “I’m from human resources, and I’m here to help. ”While it may seem unfair, human resource professionals assigned for the first time to proposal or program teams should expect skepticism. I’ve been working with international managers for over 25 years. Though much has changed, the perception that HR professionals are only there to get in the way persists...

Read More
news image

IS A SALARY OF €40,000 TOO HIGH FOR YOUR FIRST JOB?

Cpl Jobs Ireland | June 01, 2016

A recent survey of college graduates found that their expectations regarding starting salaries averaged above €40,000. Peter explained that this is not an unrealistic expectation for some sectors. Technology is disrupting the traditional career path and starting salaries can vary widely depending on expertise. In the data analytics space for example ‘you can be at a senior level salary at 22’. While high salaries sound appealing, Peter warned that graduate jobs often requ...

Read More