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Ken Simmons

Hi!

Congratulations on wanting to help people.

Here is a site that will help to see what you might be suited for:
https://www.themuse.com/advice/14-free-personality-tests-thatll-help-you-figure-yourself-out

This site will help you to see how you might be able to help people in a variety of ways using counseling and therapy:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/marjorie-hansen-shaevitz/post_9154_b_6865002.html

You could also go to the local community college and arrange to take interest and aptitude testing and then go to the head of alumni relations to arrange to talk to graduates to see that they are doing and what advice they might have. Here are tips on getting helpful information:
http://www.wikihow.com/Network
https://www.themuse.com/advice/nonawkward-ways-to-start-and-end-networking-conversations
https://www.themuse.com/advice/4-questions-to-ask-your-network-besides-can-you-get-me-a-job?ref=carousel-slide-1

Please let me know if and how this might be of help. I would like to help further, if I had more information.

Answered 3 weeks ago

Ken Simmons
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Timeca

WOW!!! What can I say about my field of Human Resources (HR)?! A whole lot! When I think about it, is really warms my heart, because I am so passionate about this field and have been doing it for about nine (9) years now. There are many areas you can get into and all of them involve helping others. Some of the areas within HR are as follows: Talent Acquisition/Recruiting, Employee Relations, Benefits & Comp Admininstration, Training & Development. First, if you are interested in Talent Acquisition/Recruiting, you are helping others obtain careers. Secondly, if you are interested in Employee Relations, you are helping others while on the job w/ job related issues. Thirdly, if you are interested in Benefits & Comp Administration, you are helping to manage others benefits and comp within the company. Lastly, if you are interested in Training & Development, you are helping others to gain skill and knowledge to help them achieve success on their jobs. So, see...this is a great field to go into, which involves helping others.

Answered 2 years ago

Timeca
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Kali Cook

HR is all about helping people...and the business. If you get involved in recruitment; you help people gain employment. If you get into staff development, you help people achieve career goals. By making compensation, benefits, wellness, and other HR decisions; you help people in these areas. Coaching/mediation - these are all areas in which HR professionals help people.

Answered 3 years ago

Kali Cook