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According to the U.S. Department of Labor, employment of human
resources, training, and labor relations specialists and managers
is expected to grow much faster than the average career through
2018. There are several reasons for this expected demand. As jobs
grow more specialized, complex, and often technological in nature,
employee recruitment and training becomes increasingly important.
In response to this trend, employers are expected to place more
emphasis on job-specific training programs. If this is the case,
human resources professionals will be needed to design, implement,
monitor, and evaluate these training programs.
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