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Agree with your comment.
And yes, I do remember that I was once a "fresher". At the beginning of my career I had no educational qualifications like a degree - and I still do not have a degree. I started work in an office - at the bottom - I was the mail boy and filing clerk. That is where most people started and they learned the skills from the higher up staff in order to progress in their careers. Only after learning the basics could you then progress to specialty areas like HR, Finance, etc.
When I started, I worked for the Government in the Post Office and we had a program whereby people with degrees could join the organisation at a slightly higher salary and job designation, BUT they still only had simple jobs until they learned the ropes and could progress to higher jobs.
Even today, I think it would still be almost unheard of here in Australia for a University Graduate straight out of school with no practical experience to obtain a job as a HR Manager.

From Australia, Melbourne
Hi Readers
Due to rapid globalization of Indian Economy and exploding opportunities for youngsters, climbing corporate ladder has become very fast, at every point we are restless and insecured, want to go higher, faster and sooner, irrespective whether we have learnt the skill for the required job or not. there is rush for everything, racing in all fields of life, car, big house, fancy materialistic non required possessions etc.
I know we all want this luxuries in lives, and that is not wrong but at what cost, at cost of health, integrity, relationships etc. Everyone wants to become manager / Director / AVP / VP blah blah blah within 2 - 3 years of work experience, and as some companies offer fancy designations, we jump around jobs to satisfy our egos and fake pride.
a fresh MBA or a graduate, how much of talent and skill he / she can possess to take up leadership roles such as teacher or manager. We all are talented but the expertise varies and it can be polished only with time.

From Kuwait, Salmiya
Dear All,
I have very good exposure in HR as generalist. my query is, can I work as HR Manager in an IT company after serving 3 years in this University as I see the HR Generalist is common for all industries.
My unversity is renowed university.
request your advice pl.
Vijay

From India, Madras

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