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Dear HR Persons,
Please suggest me what i have to do as i am confused that what i have to do-
I have completed my MBA in 2012 in Fin and HR and from june 2012 i am working ON HR Profile in Real Estate.
From the beginning of my professional career I want to work in a scheduled organization where there are policitis and procedures to work but due to lack of knowledge and opportuities i entered in real estate sector.
Now if i want to switch in any sceduled organization they are not considering my experience not enough.
if i applies as a fresher they said that you have done your MBA HR as Minor subject
and if i applies in finance related field they sald that you hav\'nt B.COm in your graduation as i have done B.SC. in my Graduation.
Now i am totally confused that what i have to do.. because now my in laws not permit me to work in real estate further and i want to work for my better future.

Dear Friend
It seems to be that you have done dual specialization in MBA ie Finance and HR. It does not make any difference. To get a job always depends upon the communication and intelligence of an individual and as such you need not worry. First of all, you should select one from either of two disciplines and try to concentrate to develop your skills in that discipline. Then only you will become successful professional.
As you are telling that you are now working with Real Estate firm as an HR Executive, you should try to develop full pledged HR dept by convincing your management by making them aware about the importance of Human Resource in developing their business. HR functions in any organisation such as Service Sector or manufacturing are more or less one and the same. So keep all these issues in your mind and try to develop HR skills in your present company or else try to find a good job in else where and do not quit this job until you get good offer elsewhere.

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