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thinking about studying marketing or HR
pros and cons?


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#1 hell kitty

Posted 11 January 2013 - 11:53 PM

I'm considering studying either marketing or HR through Open Universities. I'm kind of leaning towards marketing more - I have a background in retail and also a diploma of fine art, and I'm thinking it might suit my 'creative' side a little more.
Does anyone work or study in either of these fields? What do you like/dislike about the job/course? If you do work in these fields, what sort of minor/elective subjects would be the most relevant for future employment? Any other advice is also welcome. Thanks!




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