2014 Hot Jobs: Human Resources
There has been a recent uptick in hiring for HR professionals, a positive sign for an industry that is steadily gaining momentum following the economic downturn. According to a January 2014 survey from the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), HR generalists are in the highest demands and salaries for these positions are on the rise. SHRM also noted that organizations are also looking for HR professionals with training and development expertise, experience in HR information systems and compensation experts.
Several industries have seen an uptick in the hiring of HR professionals, including manufacturing, professional services and high tech industry sectors.
What's Hot: The Right Resources in Human Resources
“The spike in HR positions in recent months is indicative of an economy in preparation to hire." said Rebecca Callahan, Group President of Professional Solutions, Randstad. "Unfortunately, a lot of HR personnel was scaled back during the economic downturn, but the sudden demand for these employees is a very positive sign for 2014, especially in the areas of HRIS, benefits, onboarding, payroll and employee relations."
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