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How much does an HR Professional earn in Brasil

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See how much a Human Resources professional earns, find out how the job market is and where to find opportunities in the area!

Considered strategic in most large companies for their ability to manage people, identify talent and ensure greater productivity, professionals in the Human Resources (HR) area are gaining more and more space in the job market.

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The salaries offered to these professionals have very interesting average salaries that, in some cases, can reach more than R$ 40 thousand in large companies.

The market is booming for those specializing in Human Resources and should continue to grow regardless of the economic scenario. But there is a question: the level of demand for these professionals is also increasing! Anyone who wants to conquer their space will need to invest heavily in training and experience.

See below how much an HR professional earns and where to find the best job opportunities in this career!

HR Professional’s Salary Floor

HR professionals do not have a single salary floor throughout Brazil. Nor are they organized as a union category. In other words: the representation of Human Resources professionals is made by the unions that take care of the sector in which the professional works.

However, these unions only take care of some positions related to the HR career, such as personnel department assistants, receptionists and other operational functions directly linked to the companies’ Human Resources area.

Those who occupy managerial positions are linked to the unions that govern the corresponding profession, such as administrators, psychologists and social workers, for example.

Average Salary of an HR Professional

The working universe of the Human Resources professional is quite wide and salaries vary a lot according to the position held.

The career offers salaries that, according to the Catho Professions and Salaries Guide, can range from R$1,000 to R$28 thousand.

See some examples:

Human resources director

  • Average: BRL 21,411

Human resources manager

  • Average: BRL 7,283

Human Resources Coordinator

  • Average: BRL 4,444

Human Resources Consultant

  • Average: BRL 3,366

Human Resources Analyst

  • Average: BRL 2,797

Human Resources Supervisor

  • Average: BRL 4,008

Human Resources Technician

  • Average: BRL 1,492

Human resources assistant

  • Average: BRL 1,783

The calculation of average salaries paid to employees in four large sectors of the economy – Industry, Commerce, Civil Construction and Services – indicates that HR professionals are better paid in the industry. See the average amounts paid to employees in each sector:

Industry

  • HR Analyst: BRL 4,111
  • HR Supervisor: BRL 8,636
  • HR Manager: BRL 13,368

Business

  • HR Analyst: BRL 3,431
  • HR Supervisor: BRL 7,882
  • HR Manager: BRL 10,714

Construction

  • HR Analyst: BRL 3,851
  • HR Manager: BRL 11,843

services

  • HR Analyst: BRL 3,691
  • HR Supervisor: BRL 6,315
  • HR Manager: BRL 11,380

The Best Salaries for the HR Professional

A study carried out by the consulting firm Robert Half revealed that, even in a scenario of economic caution, salaries paid to Human Resources professionals have been increasing.

The best opportunities for HR professionals are in management positions at large companies. Check the average salary, according to the study:

HR Director

  • Small and medium companies: from BRL 15,000 to BRL 24,000
  • Large companies: from BRL 25,000 to BRL 45,000

Human resources manager

  • Small and medium companies: from BRL 9,000 to BRL 17,000
  • Large companies: from BRL 12,000 to BRL 25,000

HR Coordinator/Specialist

  • Small and medium companies: from BRL 5,500 to BRL 9,500
  • Large companies: from BRL 7,500 to BRL 12,500

Senior HR Analyst

  • Small and medium companies: from BRL 3,500 to BRL 5,500
  • Large companies: from BRL 5,500 to BRL 8,700

Full HR Analyst

  • Small and medium companies: from BRL 2,600 to BRL 4,000
  • Large companies: from BRL 3,700 to BRL 6,000

Junior HR Analyst

  • Small and medium companies: from R$1,800 to R$3,000
  • Large companies: from BRL 2,500 to BRL 4,200

The Market for the HR Professional

The Human Resources professional has achieved strategic importance for companies in recent years. It is increasingly obvious that a company that manages its employees well is more productive.

With the appreciation, came better salaries and, of course, a greater search for more qualified professionals, capable of working in large HR departments in sectors such as industry, civil construction and commerce.

Logic, innovation, leadership and, above all, knowing how to deal with people are the qualities most sought after in these professionals. Speaking a second language is also a highly demanded skill.

The Human Resources area is naturally multidisciplinary. Which means that people from different backgrounds work there, such as administrators, psychologists, social workers, HR technologists, managers, assistants and technicians from different backgrounds.

How to Become an HR Professional

There are several ways to become an HR professional. The best known is to take a bachelor’s degree course in Administration, Psychology or Social Work, with an average duration of four years, and then pursue a specialization in Human Resources management.

Another way to enter this career is to take the Technologist course in Human Resources Management, with an average duration of two years and available in on-site and distance learning modalities. This is a higher-level training recognized by the MEC and the market, a faculty focused on the needs of companies that offers quality training focused on the practice of the profession.

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