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I have done my full time MBA in HR and now i am working as HR Generalist but i want to do further studies Should i go for CS or LLB or Something else please suggest me which will help me in future
3rd September 2016
From India, Pune
Gather some years experience before considering about the higher studies. It will be hard to get any opening as HR generalists.
3rd September 2016
From India, Kochi
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