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Dear Seniors,
I am 24 yrs old, I have been working in an online business promotion company since last 3 years and now I am pursuing MBA-HR 3rd Semester through Distance Learning please get my point and suggest me what should be done...
I want to switch my career fully in HR industry as my aim is to be an "HR Director" or "Senior HR Manager"
At my current organization I am working as a Data QC Manager with 6 people's team...
I have 2 dependent and much financial responsibility and I cant take any financial risk
Please let me know that how can I achieve my Aim in such circumstances..
I am very ambitious type person...
my seniors plz plz plz guide me as I am very needy of your valuable suggestion
I always highly obliged of you !!
Thank You !!

From India, Dehra Dun
Dear Mr. Bhuwan,
As per me, it's all about ur committment & ur decision. I give my example only, i was thinking of a PhD from Physics as i was studying in Graduation, meanwhile due to some unavoidable circumstances, i joined MBA (HR & Marketing), again its dual specialization, i planned to start my career in Marketing, but got selected for a reputed construction comapny in HR through campus recruitment. As of now i have 2 years of exp. in HR and i committed to continue here in HR. In between i planned to switch over to marketing, but decided to continue HR.
I had given my example just to tell u that "everything depends on you only". U have to take a call and decision on own to achieve wat u feel to.
Best wishes,

From India, Bangalore
Dear S.Shamantha Raj is very Correct... Its totally your decision.. but to be very frank... its depends on your attitude...HR is best for both gender.... 100 % Job Satisification.... Enjoy Surender
From India, Lucknow
hi bhuwan,
its just dependent upon ur interest........ but do strict with it.........
chech all pros n cons for both profiles... HR profile is very vast.... lot of things r including in HR profile such as recruitment, training n development, compensation n benefit...... if u want u can be specialist in any ony of one or if u want u can be a one man army for all these things by opting the Generalistic Profile as well......
But u need to start ur carrer from a recruitment firm to get depth knowledge in recruitment as it is basic step for HR profile........for further query u can contact me on or u can reply on same query....

From India, New Delhi
Hello everyone,
M working wid d hospital industry as an office exect from last more than 3 years, now i hv compld my post graduation in HR..
I would like to change my work profile bt m nt able to get a chance in HR..
i hv givn so many intrviews in d hospitals for the post of HR, they treatd my as a fresre as i dont hv any experience in dis field n my privious exprnce counted as a zero...
wt to do ? m nt able to get a break anywhr...
Thanx n reg

From India, Delhi
Dear Yogita,
They are right. If u dont have any relavative exp., they dont hire you. Simple, start from the scratch like trainee or fresher position, if u r seriously willing to start or switch over to HR. Dont look for salary in the initial step, work, gain knowledge, then u deserve.
Good day,

From India, Bangalore
Dear Mr. S.Shamantha Raj,
Thanx a lot of ur valuable suggestion....m ready to compromise wid d salary n also agree to join as a trainee bt inspite of dat nt get any chance...very upset...
thanx n regard

From India, Delhi
Dear mr. Shamanth Raj It is nice to hve ur suggesion .. Millions of thanx for ur views... can u forward me some material which can help me to gain knowlege?? Thanx n reg Yogita behl
From India, Delhi
I am working in MNC .My family responsebility are incresing day by day.I feel finicial blow these day.I want to earn more through some part time business .Can any one help me this matter
From India
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