Human Resources Job OutlookA Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resources may prepare you for a range of entry-level human resources jobs.(1) Graduates with human resources training may go on to careers in benefits and compensation administration, training and development, recruitment, and management.(1) Call or request information to learn more about our online Business Administration Bachelor's Degree with a concentration in Human Resources.The Future for Human Resource PersonnelAccording to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), human resource careers will grow as fast as average from 2014 to 2024, with overall employment in the field expected to increase 5 percent during that time frame. Demand will increase in the following specialty areas: HR Training and Development Occupational Safety Benefits Administration Labor Relations, Including arbitrationThe BLS forecasts steady opportunity in HR management, consulting, and employment services, as more companies outsource key human resource functions. Career Growth in Human ResourcesA Bachelor's degree is the typical qualification for a human resources career. Other attributes that may help in this job are good interpersonal skills, excellent written and oral communication abilities, and a strong attention to detail. The BLS reports that "College graduates and those who have earned certification should have the best job and advancement opportunities, particularly graduates with a bachelor's degree in human resources, human resources administration, or industrial and labor relations." "Human resources training is becoming increasingly important to the success of an organization," according to the BLS. With the right credentials, you may be able to take advantage of this trend to establish a successful business career in the human resource field.(1) For more information on Remington College's Bachelor's in Business Administration with concentration in Human Resources, contact us today.