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Hi

I kindly want suggestion from all HR professionals about some queries.

Dear i have done MSW now i am working in a National funding agency (Rural development) on three year contract. This is my 2nd year. I am getting here good salary, but future in NGO sector as i heard and see is not so good, salary is the main problem there. I want to come in HR sector.

Does my experience in rural development sector will help me in HR ?

Is this the right time to quit the job in recetion ? or I should wait for few more months ?.

I am from chandigarh, but presently working in Delhi. What is the condition of HR Jobs in Chandigarh ?.

Please guide me as a fresher what things should i keep in mind while applying for a job and any other suggestion which may be i not mention here.

Regards
S.:unsure:

From India, New Delhi
hi,
it depend on your job profile in this sector if you are dealing with employees than your exp.will consider else cnt say
wht i suggest you is wait for sumtime its not right time to change job.
there are less opportunity in hr in chandigarh and again you will face salary problem because thy will deal you as a fresher
so wait
best of luck

From India, Panipat
Dear Satnam
I am sorry to disappoint you. I can't answer the question about the situation in Chandigharh, as I have been ot of India for decades.
However, if you are moving into HR only for salary, think it over. You should feel passionate about a field before you change your field. I switched over from Industry to academia, as I felt passionate about educationg others. Money in teaching is always less than in other fields, though we get more free daus.
Simhan
A retired academic in UK
"It is never too late to learn or improve oneself"

From United Kingdom
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