Make an appraisal on the different measures taken by the government to make the human resources development?

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Q. Make an appraisal on the different measures taken by the government to make the human resources development relevant to ours country's needs today.

A. What do you mean "the government"? I am subject to four!

I live in the City of Sunnyvale. There, a local bond initiative to build a new library failed; as have various bond initiatives to improve our schools.

Sunnyvale is in California, where the state government has starved the towns of school funds and not funded the university system to keep up with the growth in the number of students, etc.

California is in the United States, where the President has vetoed a bill to extend medical care to children; where the Republican Congress has made it harder for educated foreigners to come; where the EPA has tried to deregulate to allow even more pollution in the air; etc.

(I left out the Santa Clara County government. They support the county library system, but I don't know what else they do with respect to human resource development.)

What Texas colleges have a Human Resource Development major?
Q. Private or state colleges. Looking for colleges that have a Human Resource Development major. In TEXAS. Just a junior trying to get a grip! haha

A. Concordia University Texas
Austin, TX

University of Houston
Houston, TX

University of Texas at Tyler
Tyler, TX

I was on the Concordia campus about a week ago - must be the most beautiful campus of any college in the US. Check it out.

If I want to work in Human Resources as an adult, what majors would be good?
Q. I have already looked at Human Resources Management and Human resources development, but these majors are not offered in New York and California in the schools and environment I want. Are there any other good majors?

A. Many courses for Human Resource Management are not offered at the Bachelor Level at most colleges. Instead, they are part of the MBA program. A lot of Human Resource Managers will either have the MBA or started as a General Manager and worked there way up, which if you do not want to go all the way for a Master Degree, would probably be the route you would have to go. However, I am not saying that you should forgo school altogether. What I am suggesting is that you major in Business, Business Administration, or Management, whichever the school provides, and then decide if you want the MBA in Human Resource Management.

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