What would you like to do?
What are some good career goals?
Wish to stay within the organisation for a number of years and specialise within a certain field of development. To have a major support role in the function of the organisation. To climb up the corporate ladder and eventually be a leader within my team.
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It depends on the person on how he values that profession. Today, some common and high rated professions are in Technology, Business and Financial, Engineering and Healt…h Care.
Different people have different career goals. People who are in their right careers usually pursue their satisfaction other than money.
My aims and goals are to work hard and be a sucessful man, and to become a team leader of my department.
It is only when a person has a clear thought about his/her career goals and objectives that he or she gets ultimate satisfaction from his/her job and therefore progress faster…. This article covers many examples for your career goals & objectives. ------------------------- Growth in Resources Change is the only constant, be it in everyday life or in a profession. With the change and growth in business, it is only natural that one would have to constantly upgrade and enhance their knowledge and resources that he or she offers to the business or to the client. Therefore, upgrading one's knowledge and resources to grow as a professional is another important career goal that one should pursue. Financial Aspect The financial aspect is one of the most important ones. If a person is underpaid, he or she will become bitter and frustrated and this will be manifested in his or her work ethics and work method. If a person is overpaid, they may become lethargic and may not be as productive to the company as they were when they were hired and therefore, may soon be given the pink slip. Therefore, another important career goal is to be paid only as much as the job position is worth for the company. Satisfaction No activity in this world is carried out without a certain level of satisfaction being one of the person's requirements. One important career coal should be to be satisfied with whatever you are doing. Of course, that does not mean that you should stop experimenting or impede your enhancement process. You should make sure that you are completely satisfied with whatever job you are doing. New Experiences We spend almost three fourths of our life in the professional world. Therefore, it is logical that we look into our professional lives not only to progress and get ahead in life, but also to learn new things and gain new experiences. An added experience only adds to a person's richness in terms of thought and knowledge. Therefore, another important career goal to keep in mind is to accumulate experiences such as learning about the cultures of different countries, meeting new people and basically becoming familiarized with customs and traditions worldwide. This will only enable us to increase our tolerance levels and change perspectives. Stability Another important career goal that a person should look for is stability. Once a professional gets into a stable company, he or she does not bother about his/her day to day needs and can concentrate on growing as an individual and a professional, which will only add to the growth of the company. The word goal as it relates to careers usually refers to the type or level of position or salary one desires within a set amount of time. Career objectives relate more to interests, skills and the type of tasks one hopes to perform, although there maybe some overlap between the two.
My goal at my work is to be very effective and professional. I see myself growing within your company in my professionalism -------- Your career goal questions like any other… during an interview seek to probe how well you would fit with the company and in the job you are applying for. Keep all the question centered on your strengths and achievements that are most in line with the position you aspire for.
A good speech about career planning and goals doesn't have to be long or fancy. A good speech will detail the importance of having a career and the work that goes into it.… It will also describe the hardships a person may face if they don't plan ahead and come across obstacles.
What you are aiming for short term and long term in your career. e.g what do you want to acheive in position you are applying for and where do you want it to lead you to…. In short - what are your career dreams.
Education, skill training, pleasant personality, determination and discipline, focus and energy.
Long-term career goals are basically the goal involving your job that will last longer than several years that you want to achieve.
I believe that everyone's career goal is to be happy with their job. to have stability and pride in their work doing something they do not get tired of with good pay.
Answer my immediate career is to become a professional in networking.
It is what you want to do for the rest of your life. Like if you want to go and be a doctor. You would need a certain amount of years of college. Careeer plans are something t…hat you plan when you are in high school. Meaning that you know what you will have to do to get a certain career.
only you will know that, take a career aptitude test if your not sure
Some good goals for school are to study hard, get straight A's, not get detention for a trimester,make teachers enjoy you and to pay more attention
What are your career goals? I believe that everyone's career goal is to be happy with their job. to have stability and pride in their work doing something they do not get tire…d of with good pay.
There are many career objectives and goals that you may have. You may want to be efficient and get work done in an organized manner for example.
The company wants to know where you see YOUR career going in the time you'll be employed by them. It is always advisable to read up on the business you are applying to and… see what their vision for the future is. In doing this and comparing what you want as a career will help form a good response