Career | HR among highest paying jobs that don't require formal training

HR among highest paying jobs that don't require formal training

New data from the job search engine Adzuna has found that you can earn in excess of £39,000 with no formal training, if you get in the right industry.

One of those industries is HR, according to research of over one million live job ads that don’t require degrees.

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Comments (1)

  • Boris
    Fri, 28 Jun 2019 1:43pm BST
    The downside is that this is how employers can end up with unqualified, and unethical, bigots in the HR office. If they're the manager and they display behaviours that would normally get an underling fired they tend to be less reliable regarding matters brought to their attention. Unfortunately I work in an organisation where the HR manager not only doesn't have qualifications but also has no experience. He's proved, time and again, that he's not suitable for the role but because he's part of the Senior Management Team he's not brought to task. Be very careful about employing people in roles they're not qualified for, it can backfire spectacularly!