Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resource ManagementPotential Careers

In today's ever-changing business environment, there's a growing demand for HR specialists. Recruiting, hiring and retaining top-level talent is a key competitive advantage. More than ever, many HR roles are focused equally on contributing strategically and functionally to manage the organization’s talent. This is expected to be a rapid-growth field as the workplace continues to evolve with new ways of working, including telecommuting, shared jobs, and project teams that may be based anywhere in the world. In 2013, Money included HR specialists in its list of 100 Best Business Jobs. Employment of human resource specialists is expected to grow 21 percent between 2010 and 2020. In 2010, the median annual wage of human resource specialists was $52,690. (Occupational Handbook, Bureau of Labor Statistics)

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  • Training and Development Specialists

Wages & Employment Trends for Human Resources Managers

  • Florida Median income $96,800
  • Florida rate of growth +16%
  • National Median wages $99,700
  • National Projected growth +13%

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