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Timeca

This can vary, depending on how much schooling and experience you have within the field of Human Resources Management. I would start by looking up a site called "Salary Indeed" (www.indeed.com/salary) and it will tell you the median salaries for particular positions, for the locations you are interested in.

Answered 2 years ago

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Timeca

This can vary, depending on which state you live in, due to the cost of living, etc. But, a good source to find out about salaries would be to go to www.indeed.com/salary. You would just put in the job title and the city/state or zip. It should list the low, median and high salary expectations for any position you are inquiring about.

Answered 3 years ago

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Anonymous

Like with most positions, this is never an easy answer. I suggest you research the National Labor Board website, as well as websites such as Glassdoor.com for salary comparison.

One area of human resource management is compensation analysis. Different cities/states/markets have different pay tiers in most companies, as well as levels of experience of candidate. Someone who has 10+ years in HR will usually be offered a higher salary than someone with lower amount of experience, as well as a position in Chicago, Illinois may offer a higher salary than a position in San Antonio, Texas.
There are also many different types of HR management, as there are specializations at many companies, such as HR Generalist, HR Specialist, HR Manager, HR Director, CHRO, as well as Payroll Manager, Training Manager, etc., if in specialized field.

Answered 3 years ago

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Rhonda Davidson

One subject area of human resource management is market comparison on compensation rates.
The salary rate for a human resource manager is dependent on market (city, state), experience, certification and specialty.
While many established companies have their rates established using these criteria, there are many online tools that can also assist with ensuring rates are competitive.
Simply typing in 'Salary for Human Resource Manager in Chicago, Illinois' in your internet browser will lead you to some possible results. Glassdoor.com is a preferred site for information with a specific company.

Answered 3 years ago

Rhonda Davidson