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Human Resources Industry Overview


Human resources (HR) is a core business function for companies in all industries. Both in-house departments and specialist HR firms offer a wide range of jobs in human resources. Nearly all enterprises but the very smallest carry out some HR functions themselves and job out other HR work to consultants or outsourcers such as payroll processors, recruitment firms, compensation and benefits consultants, management attorneys and more. Worldwide demand for HR business process outsourcing will grow from $30.4 billion in 2010 to $38.6 billion in 2015, according to a Gartner forecast. Among the larger HR outsourcing firms are ADP for payroll; Adecco, Manpower and Randstad for staffing; and Hewitt and Towers-Watson for consulting.

Human Resources Job Market


There were more than 440,000 jobs for human resources specialists in 2010, and these HR employment opportunities will grow by 21 percent by 2020, faster than the average for all occupations, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Human resources managers held another 71,800 jobs, and employment in this occupation is expected to grow 13 percent over the decade.

In the 2000s, human resources professionals find themselves at the center of corporate cost-cutting efforts, in more ways than one. Top management is applying increasing pressure on HR to recruit and retain workers who will continuously boost productivity and build the company’s recruitment brand. Meanwhile, HR itself has been a prime target of headcount reductions; each job in human resources must be justified. So an HR career means proving your value again and again, by managing talent optimally and harnessing technology to boost the HR department’s own productivity.

Key human resources jobs include human resources assistant; human resources generalist; human resources specialist; recruiter; human resources coordinator, supervisor, manager, director or vice president.

Human Resources Salaries


Median annual wages were $54,310 for human resources, training and labor relations specialists in May 2011, according to the BLS. HR managers earned median wages of $99,130, and the top 10 percent earned almost $170,000.
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The Manager, US Benefits is responsible for managing the benefits function for the US, including the planning, development, implementation, communication and administration of the Company's employee benefit plans including health and welfare plans, retirement savings plan and other benefit plans and programs Primary responsibilities include: Administration of the company's US benefit plans and pr...
Employee Relations Manager The Employee Relations Manager will govern the union free strategy and will provide employees and managers the interpretation and application of organizational policies and procedures. The ER Manager will directly interact with all levels of employees to provide council and direction on all issues related to employee relations in an unbiased and consistent manner while ...
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We are a small but successful consulting firm seeking an experienced Human Resources Professional to run a complex consulting office by providing staff with support, direction and solution support. After training, incumbent will perform complex and specific consulting services to clients both telephonically and at client sites. Ideal candidate will have generalized or specific Human Resources and...
Description Over the past 30 years, DISH has built a talented group of leaders and support teams at its corporate headquarters in Colorado. As the company continues to develop offering new products and services to an increasing customer base, it looks to recruit outstanding candidates capable to turning ideas and strategies into world-class results. Requirements The successful Recruiting Coordi...
Description Do you have a sharp eye for top talent? Have you been looking for a great opportunity to show your recruiting prowess with a Fortune 200 company? Take your Recruiting career to the next level with DISH. Our Field Recruiter plays a critical role to the success of our In-Home Services Operations team by proactively developing a pipeline of the country's best prospects to join the DISH t...
Description Over the past 30 years, DISH has built a talented group of leaders and support teams at its corporate headquarters in Englewood, Colorado. As the company continues to develop, offering new products and services to an increasing customer base, it looks to recruit outstanding candidates capable to turning ideas and strategies into world-class results. Requirements A successful Human R...
Description DISH is an innovative industry leader distinguished by its pioneering spirit. Since our establishment in 1980, we've been the ideal workplace for people with adventurous spirit and creativity, who are smart risk takers and aggressive winners - all those for whom the status quo just isn't enough. Our Fortune 200 Company continues to define the curve in television entertainment. We are ...
Description DISH is an innovative industry leader distinguished by its pioneering spirit. Since our establishment in 1980, we've been the ideal workplace for people with adventurous spirit and creativity, who are smart risk takers and aggressive winners - all those for whom the status quo just isn't enough. Our Fortune 200 Company continues to define the curve in television entertainment. We are ...
Description DISH is an innovative industry leader distinguished by its pioneering spirit. Since our establishment in 1980, we've been the ideal workplace for people with adventurous spirit and creativity, who are smart risk takers and aggressive winners - all those for whom the status quo just isn't enough. Our Fortune 200 Company continues to define the curve in television entertainment. We are ...
Exodus Integrity Services, Inc. (EIS) is a rapidly-growing, experienced, and respected IT staffing, and consulting firm that thrives on the satisfaction of creating a perfect fit between our clients and our IT professionals. At EIS, your skills and contribution will not go unrecognized. EIS has an immediate opening for an IT Recruiter. Responsibilities: Recruit technical professionals through an...
Overview Position Summary: Responsible for developing, planning and delivering HR programs and services, as well as supporting the business strategy and objectives globally through HR and people management expertise . Provide customer-focused consultancy that adds value, helps the organization achieve successful results, and is valued by management and employees. Support executive line managemen...
Position yourself at the forefront of the education revolution. • Are you interested in helping to make a long-term impact on the future of students and their families? • Are you an individual who embraces taking on significant ownership and responsibility from the day you begin a new job? • Are you looking for a role where the demands are high but so is the job satisfaction? If you answered Y...
Universal Health Services, Inc. (UHS) is one of the nation's largest and most respected healthcare management companies, operating through its subsidiaries’ acute care hospitals, behavioral health facilities and ambulatory centers nationwide. Founded in 1978, UHS subsidiaries now have more than 65,000 employees. The UHS business strategy is to build or purchase healthcare properties in rapidly gro...
Local Candidates preferred; virtual candidates will be considered. Ultimate Placements, LLC is a privately-owned, boutique Executive Search Firm looking to expand our Wadsworth, OH office. We are part of the MRINetwork which is comprised of more than 2,500 individual recruiters, who specialize in hundreds of industries, across approximately 600 offices in 35 countries. Executive Recruiter / Busi...
A fulfilling career choice as a recruiter with gpac From assessing client needs, to building relationships with candidates, to managing the offer and acceptance, the challenge of bringing about a successful match means that the work you do every day is varied and stimulating. The benefits and rewards of being a recruiter for gpac – a healthy work/life balance and high earning potential – put you ...
The Human Resources Manager manages daily human resource functions, including compensation, benefits, recruitment, employee relations, training and supervision. Assures staffing is sufficient to maintain quality of service delivery and meet facility standards and regulatory requirements. Documentation reflects professional standards. Provides oversight of HR Generalist to ensure personnel records,...
Working with members of the Human Resources team and management, coordinates recruitment efforts, screens applicants, performs various background reviews, makes formal job offers and assists in the completetion of the on-boarding process. This position administers and monitors the performance evaluation program, serves as primary contact for health and welfare related benefit issues and facilitate...
IT Recruiter Candidates should have: • Taleo experience, Microsoft office suite/outlook; • sourcepoint experience is a plus Required Minimum Qualifications: 1. Bachelor degree in Human Resources, related field of study, or equivalent work experience 2. 2+ years of experience in exempt and non-exempt staffing Preferred Qualifications: 1. Completion of SPHR (Senior Professional Human Resourc...
Position Summary: This position will define, lead, and direct all aspects of the exempt Talent Acquisition function including but not limited to: budget planning, forecasting, sourcing methodologies & tools, assessment tools, search process execution, reporting, technology, and technology utilization. Scope/Supervision and Interaction: _X_ Has Direct Reports ___ Does Not Have Direct Reports Th...
Position Summary: Plan, develop and implement a variety of human resource functions to support the attainment of the facility/department goals and objectives. Assist in the resolution of human resource issues and promote enhanced organizational efficiency, communication and understanding. Scope/Supervision and Interaction: __X__ Has Direct Reports ____ Does Not Have Direct Reports Essential Fu...

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Rate of Growth
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Size of Industry in 2006:
4,152,000
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, May 2006

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