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Experienced HR managers advance by receiving pay raises; by being promoted to executive positions such as chief executive officer; or by moving on to work at bigger organizations that have larger HR departments. Some human resources managers open their own consulting firms. Human resources consultants help clients make the most of their people-related investments (salaried, temporary, and contract workers). They advise firms on personnel policies; manage compensation and benefits programs; analyze staffing needs; recruit, hire, and train workers; develop leadership training programs; and provide advice on diversity issues, among other duties.

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