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Question by rachel b: What are the best ways to go about looking for a job in human resources?
I am working on my BA in business administration and would like to find a job in NJ in human resources. I have very little civilian experience in this field. What is the best method that you have found for looking for a job as far as job search websites, head hunters, etc?
Just finished 5 years of active duty and I take online college courses. Looking for a way to get noticed without paying someone a ridiculous amount of money to write my resume or find jobs for me. If you have a recommendations of online resources that have worked for you, please let me know.

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Answer by JLMelvin
First off, get your resume right – the website below has loads of free resources and offers a FREE ebook on how to write an effective resume & cover letter:

http://www.effective-resume-writing.com

Start using the Internet and search through the online job search engines like Monster and stuff. Search for HR jobs in NJ, look over the qualifications, etc.

Go ahead and apply if one peaks your interest. This way you can get an idea if anyone is interested in your qualifications.

Start with the resume and the online job search engines:

http://www.effective-resume-writing.com/list-of-job-search-engines.html

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One thought on “What are the best ways to go about looking for a job in human resources?

  1. Lorna says:

    go to the following websites. they look for HR professionals and have a wide range of vacancies all over the US

    iHireR.com
    theHRladder.com

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