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Can I know the salary for a PG in HR field,because I find UG and PG gets the same salary. Does higher education really needed?
I have pursued M.A.HRM, currently I am working as Business Analyst and a little of hr work in an IT company, taking this as an additional qualification.
Just awaiting for a career in HR, I expect 12-15k salary. My current salary is 9k, but companies look at the current salary and offer the same or lower than the current salary.
Kindly help me.
Smitha M

From India, Chennai
Greetings and best wishes for a very Happy New year.
Its not going to be a waste to have any additional qualification.In the long run
a person with related qualification will have confidence and self satisfaction than
a non professional.Your experience with qualification will certainly help you
to get better placed if not now but at any time later in your career.
Krubaa Associate | possibility thinking

From India, Madras
Salary is commensurate with experience. competencies, responsibilities and accomplishments of an employee. For example a graduate manager may get more salary than a PG management trainee since he has more experience and skills than a management trainee. However a PG qualification is desirable for a fresher or even for a working professional as it provides a conceptual understanding of the relevant function and provides a launching pad to move ahead in the career and to be perceived as academically qualified complete professional in his community of professionals.In this knowledge based corporate functioning, a qualification combined with experience is perceived as a measurement of sound knowledge.Do do not neglect to acquire a qualification. wherever posiible
HR & Labour Law Avisor

From India, Mumbai
Hi Mr.Krishnan and Mr.Sasikumar, Thank you for answering my question. Am happy with the answers, my confidence level has increased hoping for a good career in HR. Thanks&Regards Smitha M
From India, Chennai
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