Shall we see saturation of jobs in Human Resource Management in the next few years?

I unable to figure this out, can you help

by Alnajoseph
3 answers
| Share :

3 answers

RE: Shall we see saturation of jobs in Human Resource Management in the next few years?

Deepak Rana
Deepak Rana
Verified Career Expert
Author: Sky Beyond the Clouds
  • Kangra

There will not be any saturation in the jobs related to the Human Resource Management because of the following reasons:

1. As the industries grow more and more people will be getting hired across various departments. With the increase in the number of professionals there will be increased need of managing those professionals. There comes the requirement of an Human Resource Professional.

2. In the next few years people with diverse skill sets will be joining various industries. Also the cross cultural communication will become very important. For example if you are working in India you may have to go abroad in work's need and also people from other countries can work from here as well. In this extremely diverse environment, the need of human resource management will only increase with the coming times.

3. The human resource management is not only working with the people all the time they also have to maintain a number of records and information. They have to take care of the confidential information of the company. In the growing information world, the role of human resource professionals will become even more prominent in the next few years.

4. Human Resource Management is an effective bridge between the senior management and the employees. They act like the messengers for both the parties and therefore need to communicate a number of things in a nice and precised manner. In this regard they are extremely valuable assets for the senior management as they take the pressure off the management. Similarly they are valuable for the employees as they hear their problems and work with the management in solving those problems. They are both ways the essential assets for any company. And no company would like to lose its assets. So, the opportunities will only grow for them.

Therefore, it is clear that Human Resource Management is an evergreen field and will always be full of job opportunities. You only need to nurture your skills well in order to get the right job in this field.

RE: Shall we see saturation of jobs in Human Resource Management in the next few years?

Meghna Mukherjee
Meghna Mukherjee
Verified Career Expert
Counselor at Adaptive Minds
  • Mumbai

Hi There,

Yes. Rightly said there is a saturation in the HR job.

The reason being, HR is a job which involves a lot of strategising and most importantly being innovative.
But these days students fresh out of a B-School, just wish to imply textual knowledge, which is not applicable to current working situation.

Try to bring some freshness in the job, at the same time be empathetic and not sympathetic, learn to communicate, look out for challenges.

Or else, be ready for an Admin job, which though is a part fo the HR role, but is different from the hardcore HR job.

Hope this helps.

Wish you good luck..........

RE: Shall we see saturation of jobs in Human Resource Management in the next few years?

Aparna M Venkatesan
Aparna M Venkatesan
Verified Career Expert
PhD Management And Organizational Psychologist
  • Hosur

Hello, being honest Human resources field is truly exceptional and diverse in its own right. There is no sort of saturation in this field as such but there is always a lack of potential skillfull candidates that brings in a gap in the sector. This is one reason why to some it may appear as saturation.

HR was initially restricted to basic management and administration and this field has been through sea changes since then. For example, HR expanded from recruitment and selection to talent management, HR strategy management and so on. More recently, it acts in an important integral role in functioning of organizations. This field has also expanded into other areas of social sciences, like welcoming the Sociologists, Psychologists and Organisational psychologists. HR research is also expanded into the above three mentioned areas in over two decades. The industry is well growing in its own way, yet there is always a gap in terms of finding students with the right skill sets for the people's job.

Students need to learn, develop and demonstrate people skills in order to perform in a HR role. There is a lot of myth around the HR field, as it is restricted to administration, or mostly suitable for only female candidates. Society is very slowly changing and the perceptions towards this field is also changing. Yet, the progress is not rapid which reflects on the shortage of right talent required for this job. It is just that lots of people blindly choose their career, without assessing their skillsets and get stuck up into the wrong domain and this way HR area is very much prone to such issues. If you can demonstrate people skills, you have a very bright future in this field.

RE: Shall we see saturation of jobs in Human Resource Management in the next few years?

This topic is now closed. New replies are no longer allowed.

Doing Corporate law first and then go for MBA in finance, is this a good career option?

Hello Abhay,  Good career choice. Both LAW and finance are strong positions in any organization. But my question to you is which role would you b .. read more

Which MBA should I take to pair with my excellent french language skills?

 Hello There,  Pretty interesting question asked.  Generally knowledge in languages comes handy in jobs like teaching, interpreters, ad .. read more

What is the age limit for NDA entrance exam?

Hello Gaurav, That’s great; the career prospects in NDA are quite high and considered one of the highest career options. The NDA lets you work a .. read more

what is the difference between BA psychology and b.Sc psychology.

Hello There,  Interesting question asked.  The basic difference is in the name itself. When speaking of B.Sc it includes science related sub .. read more
Most Popular

Do 12th board marks have any importance in jee mains

Dear Anshuman, 12th Standard marks are not relevant for rank in JEE main but as an eligibility criteria wherein you should have atleast 75% ( 65% for .. read more

How is the typical day of a Tourist Guide/Manager ?

Tour guides work in the travel industry, giving guided tours to groups of visitors. They are experts on the history of the location and offer their to .. read more

What is the eligibility criteria to be a Geologist?

Someone who's interested and concerned with Earth's natural resources may want to look into a career as a geologist. Geologists study the Earth to gai .. read more

What should choose between Software developer and Bank PO

We can compare both by the following factors. 1. On the basis of Salary: Starting salary for Bank PO Job - 38,000 – 42,000 Starting salary for I .. read more