Dec 18, 2006
One of Hottest Jobs In India
Says Forbes.com: "Some of the hottest fields are predictable: Information technology, for example, and business process outsourcing. But candidates for jobs in human resources are demanding ever-higher salaries, (Manpower Inc.'s Soumen) Basu says. "That's because the talent shortage has created a need for skilled HR professionals, who can help companies recruit and retain highly skilled staff. 'The HR person has become a rare commodity,'"
I could say, I told you so. But Forbes.com didn't ask me :-)
Of course, dear reader, you read it here first, remember?
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