A Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management degree prepares students for opportunities and growth throughout their career. Most Human Resource jobs require exceptional people skills. The ability to communicate well (both speaking and listening) and to get along with all kinds of people (from the CEO to the temporary office staff) is key. An eye for detail and the ability to make decisions are also necessary. Brian Silva, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Society for Human Resource Management stated in a speech to the students and faculty of Fisher College as well as to the Human Resource professionals in the audience that “the Human Resource profession is the 7th fastest growing profession in the United States.”

Careers in Human Resources are varied and include the following positions: 

  • Chief Human Resource Officer (CHRO)
  • Vice-President, Human Resources
  • Human Resources Manager or Director
  • Human Resource Business Partner
  • Director, Benefits, Compensation and HRIS
  • Compensation Manager
  • HR Project Manager
  • Recruiter
  • Global Compensation Analyst
  • Employee Relations Specialist
  • Benefits Administrator
  • Global Benefits Consultant
  • Human Resources Generalist
  • Human Resource Associate
  • Corporate Trainer
  • Human Resource Information Systems Specialist



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