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I want to work in the human resource department, but my previous experiences are in the finance field.?

Do you think I have a chance of getting a job in human resource department as a benefit administrator or hr assistant? I'm not happy with my current job with an insurance company. I'm thinking of a career change to work in the hr department. Anyone can give me some inside of day to day work in hr? thank you!!

2 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    Get in touch with your local SHRM group. It's the biggest HR network around. They will be able to help you see if there are companies that are open to transition.

    I would think you'd be open to Payroll or Benefits options - combine your Finance experience with learning HR.

    Best of luck!

    Source(s): Years in HR
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  • rueter
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

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