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From India, Aizawl
vmlakshminarayananHi, You can do courses like MBA HR /MSW/ Diploma courses in Labour Laws etc. These courses will be added advantage to our career. Equally important is gaining practical work experience in HR.
From India, Madras
Dinesh DivekarDear member,
There are a large number of HR professionals who are confused about their careers. The confusion has come up because they did not make a career plan for their career. However, before making a career plan, it is better to do a SWOT Analysis of oneself.
Anyway, to give a suggestion on your career growth, I can say that rather than getting into hardcore HR, I recommend you make your career in Data Analytics. This will help you in making a foray into HR Analytics as well.
Being a non-MBA in HR, it will be tough for you to grow in hardcore HR. This is because you will have forever competition from MBAs and out-competing them will be difficult. As a data analyst, you will have the option to handle supply chain analytics, marketing analytics and so on.
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