Question
I have a CIS degree in progamming, but I am continuing my education with an MBA and with an emphasis in HR and General Management.
What do you memebers think of my education, is this an odd combination?

From United States, Azusa
Hi Alcaro,
welcome to the citehr.com!!!!
Question
I have a CIS degree in progamming, but I am continuing my education with an MBA and with an emphasis in HR and General Management.
What do you memebers think of my education, is this an odd combination?
A. Frankly, not an odd combination at all...infact the diversity would leads to more openings for you as the changing scenario demands multi-level skills besides it would help one professionally to assess the situation and make creative decisions ...
Cheerio
Rajat

From India, Pune
Hi Rajat
Thank you for the reply and the encouraging words, I hope to find a job soon in the field of HR soon.
Is their some type of network or as they say "Hook ups" on oppurtunities for employment on this board?
Best ragards
Alcarlo

From United States, Azusa
Hi Alcaro,
Good to have you at the citehr.com
To start at next level means you want to start at the frontier of organization policies then you may to come up with some new concepts, plans and prototypes in your forthcoming career.
Innovations making the orgs going ahead...
Regards
umalme

From India, Delhi
Hi Alcarlo,
You are welcome!!...
On this site , keep a watch on job opportunities and also suggest that you join e-groups on yahoo for job opportunities or go to google and type HR jobs in US..that should help.
You can use this site to update your knowledge & insert queries on HR Issues for views/opiniions...
Best of Luck for job hunting!!
Cheerio
Rajat Joshi

From India, Pune
As Rajat says, diversity in experience is a big plus, I am sure it will help leverage your job search, in case you aren't aware , try shrm job board as well as http://www.jobs4hr.com/seekers/search/index.cfm
Best luck


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