Social Psychology or Human Resources Degree?

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Asked at 2012-09-30 23:46:03
I'm looking for a career that helps others and I'll do a pretty good life outside . Currently working in a corporate health office and make good money , but not what I want to do more. I'm a military spouse and found a school that is leaving me to take online courses and is removed from the register . These are the two degrees ( Social Psychology and Human Resources Management ) that I am interested in. I know that companies seek in Human Resources as a "cost " , as they are not doing the work of the company , but it is needed in a department anywhere and I think I would enjoy . The other thing that interests me is to become a Youth Case Manager , that the degree of psychology would work but I know something bigger I will not need a Master ? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Answer1AyzureAnswered at 2012-10-01 01:13:03
Ashley : MedlinePlus MedlinePlus At this point , it is not enough , if you have a BA , somebody asks a masters or doctors , and when finished with the doctor that he would ask the experience , and then if you have experience X 'd say you have pretty X experience but need experience Y. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Therefore, it depends how you imagine , Social is very good because it helps some people , not everyone is " correctable " and would have to deal with some frustrations that patients or cases that would work will inevitably lead to heart . In human resources is a more relaxed position where you would ppl and vacation leaves matters and how difficult it would be harassment and dismissal . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Up to you my dear .
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