What is the Career Outlook For Jobs in HR?
Uncertainty can hang over even the brightest of futures. Thankfully, finding ways to be more confident in your work and what the future might hold is worth investigating. When it comes to promising careers in human resources, some positions might shine brighter than others, but that does not make any position less vital. The future of HR jobs is a bright one, and today we’re sharing some exciting new facts and studies to prove it.
Training and Development Specialists Have a Bright Outlook
Training and development specialists are some of the most important in-house human resources personnel a company can have. This importance has not been ignored either, as their growth potential seems to match their role. These HR employees focus on developing the training manuals and material for other employees in a company. As such, the staff’s future efficiency depends on these professionals being effective at their job.
The success of training and development specialists has resulted in the outlook for their role between the years 2020 to 2030 to improve. The growth rate is holding at 11%, much faster than the national average for professional growth. There are currently 32,500 open positions for this role, so these specialists have a very bright outlook indeed.
Recruiters and Human Resources Specialists Have a Bright Outlook
While the training and development branch of HR is important, the most critical role is arguably recruitment staff. These experts specialize in finding new talent to bring on board to the company for the former to train up. Without these heavyweights, most companies would have skeleton crews and be unable to make their ends meet. So vibrant is the role of recruitment staff that several companies exist solely to aid companies in their recruitment efforts. This is being reflected in the outlook of the position according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The growth outlook for recruiters is standing at a 10% projection between 2020 and 2030. Like the training specialists, the growth is much faster than average for other professions, human resources, or otherwise. With a staggering 73,400 openings for recruiters and HR specialists, it is safe to say that HR roles are enjoying a particularly bright future.
Compensation and Benefits Managers Have a Dim Outlook
Not all members of the human resources field enjoy the prosperity the others do. Some have simply reached a stagnation point where more professionals are no longer needed. For example, compensation and benefits managers are the HR staff responsible for designing and updating the structure for salaries and employee benefits for a company. While this role is important, it is one of the more oversaturated roles. This has impacted its growth and left it with a fairly poor outlook regarding sustainability.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics currently projects the growth rate for this role to be a dismal 4% between 2020 and 2030. This is far slower than the national average, making this role a fading opportunity. There are currently only 1,500 openings for compensation and benefits managers.
Make Human Resources Shine
While some HR roles are struggling, others are shining. Some, like recruitment, are fundamental in the continued future of the professional world. Without recruiters, we might have a much harder time finding professionals to fill desperately needed roles. We at RHM Staffing Solutions are dedicated to the placement of professionals in the Midwest for all types of employment. If you want to make a difference in the world of human resources, please feel free to contact us today to join up and help that bright future shine even brighter. All it takes is a single message to get started. We would be honored to have you on board the company’s human resources roster and look forward to hearing from you.