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What kind of job can you get with an associate degree in human resources management?

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2008-02-28 07:39:38
2008-02-28 07:39:38

Not trying to be a wise one here, but unless your associate degree is in a vocation that takes a relatively high degree of skill, such as welding, an associate's degree is a mere shoe-in to telemarketing or department store work. I know at least a half-dozen folks with bachelor's degrees in marketing who can't find "professional" jobs, simply because marketing degrees are quite easy to earn. They have as much value as anthropology degrees or sociology degrees, which is to say, "Not much." That's not to say that the degrees are useless. It takes some amount of discipline and initiative to complete any course of degree study, but supply is high in relatively easy degree fields and low in relatively more difficult degree fields. Go here: http://www.salary.com/ and use the salary wizrd to search for "marketing" salaries in your (or nearby or target) ZIP codes. skh.pcola

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