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Black Enterprise Magazine January-March 2019 Issue

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culture, enhancing communication, and upgrading manager skills. Jackson leaves when Compaq is purchased by Hewlett-Packard. Pfizer
(2 years in current role) Jackson is the senior vice president of worldwide human resources. She says that her biggest challenge has been integrating Pharmacia after its April 2003 acquisition.

Human Resources Salary Ranges (2003)

Human Resources Assistant $26,000 — $37,000
Human Resources Generalist $35,000 — $80,000
Human Resources Manager $50,000 — $80,000
Benefits Administrator $38,000 — $50,000
Benefits Analyst $30,000 — $90,000
Compensation Analyst $40,000 — $90,000
EEO Specialist $45,000 — $65,000
Recruiter $40,000 — $75,000
Training Manager $50,000 — $90,000
HRIS Manager $50,000 — $105,000
Labor Relations Manager $60,000 — $110,000
Human Resources Director $60,000 — $110,000
VP of Human Resources $90,000 — $225,000
Source: WetFeet Inc. © 2003, Bureau of Labor Statistics


Industries With The Greatest Projected Human Resources Growth Through 2010

Rank

Industry

Human
Resources
Growth (%)

1 Computer and data processing services 66.0
2 Residential care 55.8
3 Home healthcare services 51.2
4 Personnel supply services 51.2
5 Miscellaneous business services 47.8
6 Public warehousing and storage 46.0
7 Veterinary services 45.3
8 Health and allied services 44.8
9 Offices of physicians 43.4
10 Water supply and sanitary services 42.4
Source: WetFeet Inc. © 2003, Bureau of Labor Statistics

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