cooking is a good habit.

Philippines
May 22, 2010 8:13pm CST
I'm an HRM student, I really love to cook and I enjoy doing it. Is it hard to to have a good job offers when you are graduated as an HRM student..? What do you think?
6 responses
@krisnel (498)
• Philippines
23 May 10
if you are a fresh graduate of hrm, it is hard to have a good job immediately. so dont choose a work that you think is not deserve for you. just look for experience and do your work well. try to go abroad because you will have an opportunity to work there in a high price.
• China
23 May 10
I agree with you
@eil_noz (963)
• Philippines
23 May 10
I agree with you! actually my first choice to take up in college is HRM but when I realized that job offers from this field wouldn't be too good for me. If there's a recession on a specific place there's a possibility of hotels or restaurants not being able to gain profit and HRM students were usually on Hotels, restaurants, crew ships, etc. only unlike for business courses that can be hired in any company since it is in demand and all company really needed somebody to finance and manage the business.
• China
23 May 10
I am not an hrm student
@sblossom (2170)
3 Jun 10
I don't know what does HRM mean. I like cooking, but now I live in the UK. I still on my way to learn how to cook western food. Also now I try to lose some weight so I try not cooking too much. Sometimes I take pictures of the food I cooked then posted on my blog. However I have no time to write down how I cooked them. I wish one day I have time to do more.
@mspitot (3834)
• Philippines
24 May 10
i agree that cooking is a good habit. as for the job offers for your course, i think there are many opportunity of people who graduated as like of your course.
@hljnalx (27)
• China
23 May 10
Iam not an hrm student
• Philippines
23 May 10
I am not an HRM student, but I do love to cook. It could get hard finding a job at first but when you do at least you would be enjoying your career. :) Hope this helps!