The job market is tight.
The pay is good.
And with the right connections and skills, a lot of people can land a new job and make a decent living.
But not everyone who wants to work for an HR firm or organisation will find a suitable position.
The reality is that most people are still looking for the perfect job that will get them out of poverty.
And that is a good thing.
But it can also leave you feeling like you’re going to lose the opportunity because you’re not qualified.
And this is where things can get tricky.
As part of a new report, we’re taking a look at the challenges HR interns face in finding a new career.
We spoke to more than 50 HR interns across Australia about what it’s like to get to the next stage in their career and how to prepare for it.
Here are some of the key points we found:We found that most interns were looking for an entry level role in the workplace, or to be part of an organisation that already has HR positions.
We also found that while there are more people in Australia working for an employer that offers a HR position, they’re still struggling to find those opportunities.
Many employers are still reluctant to offer entry level roles, fearing the negative feedback that HR interns can get.
They’re worried that it will make it harder for them to recruit and retain more qualified candidates, especially those with higher qualifications.
And many employers are reluctant to allow HR interns to start in-house, which could lead to some very challenging times down the road.
So what’s the answer?
We spoke with HR intern Sam Gannon about how to take the right path when it comes to finding a job in HR.
Listen to Sam Garton speak about HR and what to do when you’re unsure if you’re qualified to work in HRRead Sam Gerson’s interview with The Sunday Times.