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 This 20 page guide will let you know what sort of jobs you could achieve with an HR career and how much your earning potential could be.


47,400 Australians employed in Human Resources

71.7% 10 year job growth

Average salary

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What career could you have?

Learning & Development

Salary Guide: $80,000-$150,000

You will help identify, develop and nurture the skills that help individuals succeed in their jobs. By aligning training with business goals, an L&D specialist is a rewarding and critical job role. You will need to be a quick thinker with strong analytical skills.

HR Generalist

Salary Guide: $50,000-$140,000

Across all HR departments, the generalist must be adaptive and decisive in actions. Involved in talent acquisition, staffing, employment processing, compensation, health and welfare benefits, training and development, OH&S, the list goes on! 

Organisational Development

Salary Guide: $75,000-$200,000

You will be in charge of  developing and fostering a positive culture through programmes, initiatives, change management and re-organisation. Being able to positively impact people’s day to day activities to achieve sustained business performance, you will need to have great communication skills, creativity and organisation.

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