Which specialization is better in MBA- Marketing or HR
Better for what? Knowledge of both is good to have, it just depends on what you want to do with it afterwards.
For money and projected job growth, I would recommend Marketing. I would do some serious research though and determine what is important to you and which specialization will better facilitate your personal goals.
I also think that marketing might be a better investment, but it really depends on your own goals so do some research on where you would use that MBA, and what fits you better.
It depends on you, dont go for market trends go what you will love to do. Mostly marketing jobs are out door related while HR jobs are mostly single location based
You need to think about what you like to do. If you love HR issues, go for that. If you love to grow a business, go for Marketing. Both are valuable to an organization. However, having said that, depending on the organization, higher value may be placed on marketing - all companies look for ways to grow revenues.
If you talk about job opportunities I guess marketing is better as a manager knowledge of HR is also must
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