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What are your career goals?

This question has been answered 87 times by professional recruiters and hiring managers. View their answers below.

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If this is your first job or several years into your career, you want to be thinking a little bit about the future as you prepare for your interview. Interviewers want to understand how this job fits into your longer-term goals. They also like hearing that you have professional goals!

If you're not 100% sure what career path you wish to take, you can tell them about how you want to develop specific skills that will help you in a professional setting. If the position is administrative, learning how to use software, phone systems, and scheduling are all skills that are helpful when working in any career.

Accounting Clerk answer example
"What goals did your most recent manager set for you? What goals did you set for yourself? Think about conversations you had as well as performance reviews where goals may have been set. Be sure to include department goals as well. When asked this question be prepared to discuss 3-5 long and/or short-term goals. Mention the goal as well as the timeline you had to achieve the goal. Then, be sure to mention how successful you were in meeting each goal! The interviewer wants to hear that you are a go-getter and achieve the goals set before you."
Admin answer example
"My goal is to start as your receptionist and earn my way into an executive assistant position. I will aim for excellence every step of the way."
Air Traffic Controllers answer example
"I would love to see my career as an air traffic controller grow into a leadership role over time. I am willing to do the work that it takes, attend additional coursework and take any required training to be a leader in this industry."
Animator answer example
"I enjoy creating animations and want to grow from a freelance animator to a full-time staff animator. I believe your organization would be the perfect fit for me during this transition from freelance since you have supported many other professionals through similar transitions."
Bacteriologist answer example
"When answering this question keep focused on what the company can offer you in the long term so the interviewer knows that you are going to stick around for awhile. Tell the interviewer that you can see this as a long term career and that you are happy to learn the job and that you are also keen to pursue further education and even an additional degree to achieve your goals."
Bacteriology Technician answer example
"When answering this question keep focused on what the company can offer you in the long term so the interviewer knows that you are going to stick around for awhile. Tell the interviewer that you can see this as a long term career and that you are happy to learn the job and that you are also keen to pursue further education and even an additional degree to achieve your goals."
Bailiff answer example
"I wish to grow within the company and acquire further skills as a Bailiff. In a few years, I would love to have moved up the ladder, having acquired managerial skills and managing a team of professionals. I also saw on your website that you (X initiative/program that sparked your interest). This is a program/initiative I would also love to get involved in as I am extremely passionate about this program/initiative and believe these will complement my qualifications."
Basic answer example
"I want to become a dental hygienist. Working at your clinic, as a dental assistant will give me exposure to the field and valuable work experience to help me reach my goal."
Budget Analyst answer example
"My long-term career goal is to be one of the best budget analysts you have ever hired! I want to add value to this role that you didn't see possible and help in growing this organization. For now, I just want to focus on learning, immersing myself in your workplace culture, and gaining as many unique experiences as possible."
CAD Drafter answer example
"In the short term, I would like to receive a promotion to Senior Drafter. I have also set a goal to take an advanced level GIS course."
Civil Engineering Technician answer example
"In 2 to 3 years from now, for instance, I would like to have grown within the company and having established myself as an expert. I hope to eventually move up the ladder and become a Manager or Team Lead. I wish to commit to my employer and contribute to the company's success."
Clinical Laboratory Technician answer example
"The interviewer is asking you this question to find out what you want to accomplish as a Clinical Laboratory Technician in the next few months and the next few years. Start with an achievable goal that you can tick off your list in the next few months. Complete a class you are right in the middle of, learn your job or learn how to use a piece of lab equipment better. Your long term goals could be completing your Master's Degree or securing a leadership position within the company. "
Corporate Copywriter answer example
"I feel that this job is a good choice for me right now because I have been writing for a number of years but have not yet found a career I am passionate about. I love the core values of your company and I would like to be a spokesperson for your company through writing and I feel that this will help me grow as a writer and in my other passions as well."
Customer Experience Specialist answer example
"When answering this question, you want to discuss your long-term goals and short-term goals, specifically, how these short-term goals will help lead you to your long-term goal. You should associate your goals to the job you are interviewing for and express that this job will help you reach your career goals. Answer this question honestly; this will convey that you have a genuine interest in the job. For example, “My ultimate goal is to gain a management position in customer service. I want to gain as much experience as possible and continue learning techniques to help me reach this goal. This includes taking customer service workshops or attending seminars that can help continue my education.” "
Design Consultant answer example
"Design consultants are usually already very experienced in their field and they are sought out for their expertise and professionalism. You have either been a freelance consultant where all the choices and the projects have been your own creations and you have decided that now you would like more stability in a corporate business with other team members to bounce ideas off. Either transition you would need to set clear cut career goals. Making the move either from corporate employ to freelance can be very daunting. Instead of working in a defined role within a company you have decided to branch out on your own or vice versa, you have experienced freelance working and now you wish to go to a Company. Whichever way your career leads you, you know you have years worth of gained talent and the necessary expertise to integrate well into both. It is just a matter of choice how you plan out your goals and aspirations to make a success of all you do."
Detective answer example
"My career goals as a Detective include being the top of my unit and advancing through the ranks quickly. I plan to be an example to those around me on strong communication, leadership, documentation and integrity. I would, of course, like to become Captain one day and understand the work required to get there."
Dispatcher answer example
"My primary goal in my career as a dispatcher is to eventually work my way into a dispatch team lead position. I feel that what your organization offers is a strong path towards that leadership goal and I am excited about what this position has to offer."
Electrician Apprentice answer example
"In the short term, I would like to stay with one company for all of my apprenticeship hours. After completing my apprenticeship hours, my goal is to be hired on full time by that same company. I am looking for stable employment with a reputable organization that I can stay with long-term."
Film and Video Editor answer example
"Far off in the future, I aspire to be a movie editor in Hollywood. However, in order to get to that level of skill and knowledge, I believe I am a great fit for your production team. I am detail oriented and I can even further develop this skill with you over time. I hope to produce great films with your company so that someday I will be as great as big-time movie editors."
Home Health Aide answer example
"My short-term career goal is to gain further experience working with adults with mental and physical disabilities. I understand that this is the bulk of your organizations' focus which is a large part of why I applied with you. I feel that there is a strong match between what I am seeking and what you are offering."
Host or Hostess answer example
"Working in the service industry is a means to an end for a lot of people. Even those who stay in the industry are working on accomplishing other goals, like finishing school or helping your family meet loose ends. The interviewer doesn't expect you to say you want to work at their restaurant forever, but they are interested in hearing your future plans. Wherever you're at in your career, let them know how this job will fit into your career goals. Here's an answer example: "I plan to work for your restaurant while I finish my degree, which I plan to complete two years from now." shows you are working towards a goal. Your role as a host will help you to achieve that goal by providing stability and income. "
Interior Designer answer example
"What are your dreams for your career? Your dreams are often your goals! Simply share 1-2 goals that you have for yourself during your career. These can be short or long-term goals. You might share that you dream of designing a specific type of space. You may mention that you hope to get your Master's Degree. You may dream of working on a team with a specific famous Interior Designer. After sharing your goals, share when you hope to achieve your goals providing a realistic timeframe in a number of years. For example, you might state, "I hope to achieve my Master's Degree within the next 10 years."
Junior Accountant answer example
"In other words, what do you hope to achieve in this position? This question is all about you, and the interviewer is trying to determine if they can help you achieve your goals. What are you hoping to get out of this position? Simply share what you hope to achieve in this position, and be sure to mention that you look forward to learning as much as possible along the way!"
Kindergarten Teacher answer example
"Molding young minds through effective and engaging lesson plans that prepare students for success in the rest of their K-5 journey."
Landscape Architect answer example
"I wish to grow within the company and acquire further skills related to architecture. In a few years, I would love to have moved up the ladder, having acquired managerial skills and managing a team of landscapers. I also saw on your website that you (X initiative/program that sparked your interest). This is a program/initiative I would also love to get involved in as I am extremely passionate about this program/initiative."
Landscaping answer example
"I plan to move into landscape management and start my own business. I am working for an independent landscape architect right now and they have been teaching me everything they know about landscape design, installation, and irrigation." Setting goals shows the interviewer that you are ambitious and determined. Companies like hearing that you think about the future and are actively working towards your goals. Better yet, they want to know how working for them will help you accomplish your goals! Think about how this job will help you get one step closer to achieving your dream life! "
Law Enforcement answer example
"Ideally, 3 years from now, I would love to see myself growing into a more prominent leadership role within this particular district. I enjoy this city and the personalities in this precinct so I do see a great long term fit here."
Legal Assistants answer example
"My long term career goal would be to further my education as a paralegal and then eventually become a lawyer myself. My short term goal is to create a very strong reputation for myself in the industry as a trustworthy and knowledgable legal assistant."
Library Assistant answer example
"Candidly express your career goals. Your response will help the interviewer develop your time as a library assistant to help you achieve your career goals. The interviewer can strategically develop a role for you that will help you develop your skills thus improving your resume and your chances of achieving your career goals faster! "
Manager answer example
"One goal that I recently achieved was to complete my Bachelor's Degree in Organizational Management. The next goal at hand is for me to find an MIT (management in training) program that will give me the much-needed career foundation that I crave. I am so impressed with your company's MIT program and know I will reach this next goal with the support of your organization."
Marketing answer example
"Being a Marketing Director is a dream of mine which I realize will take many years of dedication and hard work. I like that you mentioned your agency's interest in grooming junior marketing associates for higher-level roles. I look forward to soaking up all the training and mentoring that your agency has to offer."
Marriage and Family Therapist answer example
"Keep this answer within the same wheelhouse as the job you are interviewing for. 5 years isn't very far away so it would be ideal to let the interviewer know that you would like to be at the same company. Now would be the best time to tell the interviewer that you would like to start working on a second Masters Degree and have it within the next 5 years. Have you always wanted to be an entrepreneur? Owning your own counseling office would be a great goal to achieve in 10 years. "
Mental Health Counselor answer example
"My goal in the next 5 years is to get a second Masters Degree in Drug and Alcohol abuse counseling and in 10 years to own my own practice."
Microbiologist answer example
"I'd like to continue my education in veterinary studies."
Millwright answer example
"My long term career goals as a Millwright would include becoming a supervisor or manager of my own team one day. I would also like to become a mentor or trainer to millwright apprentices."
Model answer example
"I see myself working the catwalk beside the best of the best! I have hired a walking coach and am practicing my go-see interview skills."
Mortgage Loan Processor answer example
"My career goals are to end up in a managerial role within mortgage processing. For example, working my way up in one of your departments and eventually taking on a leadership role."
MRI Technologist answer example
"My immediate goal is to find a full-time position with a top-ranked hospital here in Atlanta. I've heard that your hospital has a great training program and I'm excited to complete that training."
Newspaper Delivery Driver answer example
"In the future, I hope to take a role in business, but I hope this job will be a starting role where I can learn responsibility. Before I can dive into a career in business, I want to learn how to take a role that is important to customers so I can prove my determination and trustworthiness."
Newspaper Editor answer example
"One thing I'd like to accomplish is to increase reader engagement with a print publication. Everyone is saying that print is dead, that everything is online now. But I don't think it's that simple. I think that there's a time and place for everything, and it's our job as editors to find out where a newspaper fits into our readers' lives. I've always liked a challenge because it's more rewarding to achieve something challenging. To survive, we have to find a way to stay relevant to our readers. And then we have to get them to keep coming back, if we want to thrive."
Paramedic answer example
"It's important to think about how the position you are interviewing for will fit into your long term goals even as you apply for jobs. As you know, it takes a lot of hard work and training to become a Paramedic. It is also the type of job that many burn out from early on. If you don't have any future plans beyond that job, you may be more likely to let the constant stress and adrenaline rush get to you. There are many options for you once you have reached the point of being a certified Paramedic. You may want to consider fields like nursing, becoming a physician's assistant or even a doctor. The exposure and experience you get while working in this field will open many doors. Think critically about what you really want for your future and share how this role will benefit you by helping you get to the next step. "
Pastry Chef answer example
"My goal is to work with a wedding planner at an event company, so I have been baking wedding cakes for friends. I'm looking forward to the challenge of preparing a wide variety of pastries and baked goods at this job. I love working in an environment where I am constantly learning new things!" You want to show that your goal is relevant to the position, so get specific! "
Personal Assistant answer example
"You may plan to continue working as a personal assistant for a long time. Maybe you are interested in moving into a corporate executive assistant role, working as a personal assistant for celebrities, or owning your own personal assisting company. Your goal could also be to complete your masters, furthering your education. Showing that you are interested in growing on a personal and a professional level is important to convey to your interviewer. Be sure to discuss how your goal is relevant to the position you're interviewing for. Talk about how the position will help you reach your goals, giving as much detail as possible."
Personal Trainer answer example
"It's important to think about how the position you are interviewing for will fit into your long term goals even as you apply for jobs. As you know, it takes a lot of hard work to become a personal trainer. You learn about the body, nutrition, fitness, and you learn about how people work, what motivates them. You may want to consider building your own business as you gain clientele. You might even want to study different forms of exercise or techniques that can help you in the field. Think critically about what you really want for your future and share how this role will benefit you by helping you get to the next step."
Pharmaceutical Sales answer example
"My immediate goal is to get a job in a growth-oriented pharmaceutical company. My long-term goals will depend on where the company goes. I hope to eventually grow into a position of responsibility."
Phlebotomist answer example
"I've been training for the last year to run my first marathon. I'd like to accomplish one this summer."
Preschool Director answer example
"Your career goal is to become a Preschool Director or be in another role at a higher level in early childhood education. The key here is to expand on this mentioning 2 or 3 honorable things you hope to accomplish in this career. Winning a prestigious award is a great option. Having a school attendance record of 97% or higher every day of the school year would be a stellar achievement! Or, maybe you want to turn a struggling preschool into an esteemed institiution in your community. "
Private Tutor answer example
"Your career goal might be to become a Private Tutor, or you may have other aspirations for your career. If your career goal is to become a Private Tutor, the key is to expand on this mentioning 2 or 3 honorable things you hope to accomplish in this career. Winning a prestigious award is a great option. Having a reputable name in the community as the go-to tutor is another great choice! Or, maybe you want to turn struggling students into Dean's List students by their senior year of high school! If you have other career aspirations, share your plan! Mention how long you plan to be a tutor, and share 1 or 2 things that you hope to accomplish during your time as a tutor."
Proofreaders and Copy Markers answer example
"In 2 to 3 years from now, I would like to have grown within the company and having established myself as an expert. I hope to eventually move up the ladder and become a Manager or Team Lead within the department. I wish to commit to my employer and contribute to the company's success."
Psychiatrist answer example
"My short-term goal is to find a position that will put me in a forward-moving company with solid performance and future projections. My long-term goal will depend on where the company goes. My plan is to move into a position of responsibility where I can lead a team."
Purchasing Manager answer example
"I plan to be a PM for the next three to five years and then move to either a more specialized commodity role or a higher leadership role in the purchasing area. Ultimately, which role and when will be determined on where I can add the most value to the organization."
Quality Control Inspector answer example
"My short-term career goal is to complete additional training in project management. I'd also love to obtain my PMP in the future. As a QC Inspector, I would like to see my leadership responsibilities increase as well."
Quality Control Manager answer example
"Over time, I would like to grow my experience to include being the quality control manager for multiple sites. I am hoping to expand my education to also include a Project Management certificate so that I can offer more to my employer."
Ramp Agent answer example
"In seven years from now, for instance, I would hope to have grown within the same company and moved to a position involving more managerial duties, e.g., such as working as a Team Leader, which would enable me to have a greater impact on the success of the company. I wish to commit to one employer and have a long-term career as opposed to a job."
Reading Teacher answer example
"I am very happy as a Reading Teacher. My long term goal would be to further my education as a teacher and obtain my masters' degree in education. I would love to be in a faculty leadership position in the future."
Real Estate Receptionist answer example
"I see myself working for the same employer, being established and having grown with the organization and contribute to the bottom line. I hope to keep learning and being given the opportunity to prove myself as a valuable team member."
Recreational Therapists answer example
"Think about what you want to do within the therapeutic recreation field. If you already have a population you prefer to work with, think about where you would want to work with them. For example, if you enjoy working with adults with disabilities, you may be interested in working for the VA helping war veterans. Also take into consideration where you are interviewing. How will this position help you reach your goal? If you're really not clear on your goals, make a timeline. You can start with thinking five years out and then pick a goal. It could be a place you want to work, or maybe you want to further your education by attending graduate school. Next, think backward to mark down the milestones it will take for you to get there. Companies love individuals who are driven and set out to achieve their goals. Show them you are a go-getter and willing to overcome the challenges ahead in order to reach your goals!"
Retail answer example
"I have my eye on becoming a buyer for retail one day. I think it would be amazing to work my way up the ranks in your organization, gaining valuable experience at all levels, to reach this exciting goal with your company."
Sales answer example
"Ultimately, I want to run a branch as a Sales Manager. I have an aggressive timeline for this and have developed a 7-year timeline, and to achieve these goals, I need to excel in every position I have here so that I can earn my way up the ladder."
Sales Engineers answer example
"As a Sales Engineer I would eventually like to earn my way into a Management role where I can mentor and train other Sales Engineers. Being able to attend school again and complete an additional designation within engineering or technology is also something that would be of interest to me."
Senior Accountant answer example
"My short term career goal is to complete my CPA. I have just one course remaining. This will allow me to take on even more senior accounting tasks in the near future."
Shift Leader answer example
"The future is unpredictable, and I've learned that the real world has a way of dismantling long term plans. So I don't have a specific path that I'm defining for myself. Throughout my career, I've always looked for opportunities to do a better job, to build my leadership skills, and to provide excellent customer service. I plan to keep doing that and I'll take advantage of any opportunities that present themselves. At the end of the day, I just want to be a customer service rockstar and to influence others to do the same. On the way, I'd like to find a mentor as well."
Slot Attendant answer example
"Few years from now I want to be an expert in this field and I believe that this job will help me a lot in learning the necessary skills and also give me a lot of knowledge of this industry and whats important and whats not."
Social Studies Teacher answer example
"My goal is to teach college-level Sociology in the next eight years, so I am taking online courses to complete my masters. I'm looking forward to the challenge of teaching at a higher level. Teaching high school social studies at your school will give me the experience I need to get closer to accomplishing my goal."
Sound Engineering Technicians answer example
"I wish to grow within the company and acquire further skills related to sound engineering. I hope to become an expert in my field."
Sous Chef answer example
"My career goals include becoming an executive chef and leading a large team one day. I am more than happy to put in the work that it takes."
Special Education Preschool Teacher answer example
"I see myself working for the same school, being established and having grown with the school and contribute to the bottom line. I hope to keep learning and being given the opportunity to prove myself as a valuable team member."
Staff Accountant answer example
"Do you have aspirations to stay in the Staff Accountant role long-term? Do you hope to become a Manager or VP? Would you like to transition into Finance and become a Controller? Do you hope to work for a specific company some day? Or, do you hope to get your Master's Degree? Whatever your aspirations may be, go ahead and share them with the interviewer explaining that you understand it may take many years to achieve these goals. "
Stock Broker answer example
"In the next 2 years I aim to have my MBA completed so that I can move up in my career, handling more valuable clients and more in depth financial cases."
Substance Abuse Counselor answer example
"My goal right now is to find a position at a company where I can grow and take on new challenges over time. Ultimately, I’d like to assume more management responsibilities and get involved in community projects. But most importantly, I want to work for an organization where I can build a career.”"
Superintendent answer example
"I really enjoy setting goals for myself and my biggest goal was to become a school superintendent. If I am successful and achieve this goal, I plan to enjoy this role for many years to come. My first goal as a superintendent is to bring this school district to the top spot in all areas of education."
Surveillance Operator answer example
"For the next year or so, I'm looking to build a solid reputation as a surveillance operator. I enjoy the work because it requires observation, and that's something that I do very well. I naturally notice the little details."
Technical Support Specialist answer example
"This is an opportunity for you to show that you understand the company's support organization and how it relates to the rest of the company. Support is a good way to join an organization, learn the product and over time move your career to other customer or product related functions. It is OK to say that you want to grow your skills in support, and then move to another area of the company where you can add the most value. Don't seem overly eager to leave, rather that you would want to move up/out once you can provide greater value to the company in another role "
Territory Sales Manager answer example
"I wish to grow within the company and acquire further skills related to sales and business development. I hope to become an expert in my field."
Ticket Agent answer example
"I wish to grow within a company by committing to my employer and developing my skillset. Ultimately, I would love to work as a team leader or department manager of a department I started off in."
Transportation Manager answer example
"I see myself working for the same employer, being established and having grown with the organization and contribute to the bottom line. I hope to keep learning and being given the opportunity to prove myself as a valuable team member."
Travel Agent answer example
"If the interviewer is going to hire you over and above all the other candidates they will want to see commitment you are there for a career and not just a job fill-in. Employers do not want to train you up and put you into costly projects for further progression if you are just going to up sticks and leave them in the lurch taking all your skills and knowledge with you at their expense. There is always a risk to the employer that will happen but they will be looking out for it in your answer. Impress on them you can see this as a long term career and that you are happy to learn inside the job but you are also keen to pursue further education and even a degree to achieve your goals. Degree courses are available in other relevant topics such as tourism, business administration, hospitality and even geography. Learning another language might also be useful as well as joining a professional organization i.e. The American Society of Travel Agents. if you show longevity in your cause to further your career in travel and tourism this should surely impress the interviewer."
Treasurer answer example
"It's important to think about how this position fits into your long term goals even as you apply for jobs. Review your options, career-wise, before your interview. What could you do within the next five years within this role? Would you want to work towards management or moving into another realm of the financial world? If you have plans for trainings, educational courses or projects that could help you grow your career, share those. Think critically about what you really want for your future and share how this role will benefit you by helping you get to the next step."
Typist answer example
"In 2 to 3 years from now, I would like to have grown within the company and having established myself as an expert. I hope to eventually move up the ladder and become a Manager or Team Lead within the department. I wish to commit to my employer and contribute to the company's success."
Ultrasound Technician answer example
"My short term goal is to find a full time position with a top ranked hospital here in San Diego. I've heard that your hospital has a great training program and I'm excited to complete that training. Eventually, I'd like to be promoted into a management position because I have led teams in the past and enjoy coaching and mentoring others."
Underwriter answer example
"This year I want to learn and grow as much as I can in this profession. I want to gain more and more knowledge about this profession working for a good company like yours."
Usher answer example
"I wish to grow within a company by committing to my employer and developing my skillset. Ultimately, I would love to work as a team leader or manager in a theatre."
Video Producer answer example
"In seven years from now, for instance, I hope to have grown within the same company and moved to a position involving more managerial duties, e.g., such as working as a Team Leader, which will enable me to have a greater impact on the success of the company. I wish to commit to one employer and have a long-term career as opposed to a job."
Voice Over Artist answer example
"In the future, I hope to continue to be a voice over artist for many popular commercials and eventually progress into National Geographic documentaries. However, before I can get to that point, I want to develop my serious tone in my voicing."
Voice Writing Reporter answer example
"This year, I hope to become a faster writer. I consider myself a very speedy transcriptionist, but I hope to become even faster and more accurate so I can be the best writer possible."
Wildlife Biologist answer example
"In seven to ten years from now, for instance, I would like to have grown within the same company I started off with, having acquired skills enabling me to establish myself as an expert. For instance, I would love to be responsible for more managerial duties and ultimately lead a team of professionals."
Wildlife Officer answer example
"I wish to grow within the company and acquire leadership skills and further skills related to wildlife. I hope to become an expert in my field."

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What are your career goals?
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Landscaping isn't a passion of mine, but I do use it to find peace. I do not see this being my lifetime career, but I do see myself being involved in it the rest of my life.
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Yea its a passion I love it and yes it is a lifetime career.
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Yes I live and breath it. I am always learning new things and will do this the rest of my life.
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Landscaping is my passion.
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I live and breathe landscaping, every home I've bought I've set aside a substantial budget so I can have a nice garden, I view houses on the internet and print pictures of the garden off and do designs to how I would landscape them. I live for landscaping.
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I do have a interest in it, I love being outdoors and seeing how its done and the finish product after. It could be a career for me.
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Yes it's one of my passions but I would definitely be open to do other designs as well.
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I would like landscaping to be a lifetime career for me.
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Landscaping is something I could seek long-term my parents have done it and now it's my turn to do it and keep the family legacy.
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I love working out side. This will be a lifetime career.
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Finish college, and work on medical feilds.
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To become a famous singer if a someone else famous sees me and signs me.
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Hopefully planning for my retirement in the next 3-6 years.
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For now I just only focus on my thesis, after I finish it I will find some event or something to gain money, after I got much money im going to continue my study but not in this country maybe spore or japan or germanny, its depands on my faith.
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I would like to gain more experience of the justice system, in order to be able to take on more responsibility in the future.
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I would like to establish more skills in knowledge of the law, and even greater communicating skills with all walks of life.
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To have a position in a certain club and work in non-profit organisation and charity works and having a great position after graduating.
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To work in the human resources department.
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I plan to go Germany this weekend my sister and my brother my mother and then myself.
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Here, or in another job role of this kind? purely because I like to be around people.
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Hopefully working myself up to become a manager for your company.
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To be an international writer.
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Firstly I want to complete my fashion designing programme then I want to go for masters. After that i've planned to work as an intern uder a good fashion designer.
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To improve myself aquire knowlege work hard towards achieving my goals.
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I plan to work part-time while I go to school. I attend Cal State LA and I am studying History with plans to be a middle school or high school history teacher.
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To study, work, and get motorcycle from my money.
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After my career break I would like to gain more experience in arts and heritage, in events and quite possibly curating.
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I hope to have gathered enough knowledge and experience needed to start up my own event service firm.
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My plans to go out London to my cousin, s husband and her daugther.
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In the next few years I hope to be in positions that will give me experience to be a coordinator in a company through marketing and outreach.
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Well I want to be well established as an usher.
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To start a family and save money up for the bills and family.
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My plans over the next couple of years would be to go to college and get a degree I Computer Science.
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My carrer is to be a professional soccer player in fifa.
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To become the most richest person alive.
36.
I really want to be an athlete or a docter.
37.
I want to become an operations manager in my field during my day job and save enough to invest in my first home to build wealth through real estate.
38.
In the future I want to be a fire fighter.
39.
To grow up with the company.
40.
I want to became a legend in my field.
41.
All of projects that I produce are going to be done on time.
42.
Become an executive producer.
43.
Having acheived my goals.
44.
I hope to excel at the highest level, learn how to manage a video production department and become a video coordinator, then I would like to advance on to director of video operations.
45.
Within Ten years my uiltame goal would be to Work at the Ryder Cup. For me this would be an unbelivable honour.
46.
Create a Brand, inspire more and more Creative resource to make wonders.
47.
What are your greatest accomplishments?
48.
Aircraft maintainace engineer.
49.
I want to become senior cordinator paramedic.
50.
I hope for this to be a life long career plan.
51.
To work as a paramedic in the NHS and private sectors to greater or lesser degrees.
52.
I have the desire to progress as a paramedic afterwards as I enjoy working in a healthcaring environment, which brings me the opportunity where I can try out new challenges.
53.
To apply to do a BSc in paramedic science in order to gain more knowledge about the job itself.
54.
Hopefully continue as a teacher within the profession to teach future EMT professionals.
55.
Hope to stay in this career, maybe eventually work in a support role.
56.
EMT-P and possibly even community paramedicine.
57.
I am currently just finished my paramedic program and now looking for my first job. I am new to the EMS world, I have the book work done and just need the chance to get the experience.
58.
A higher job of a paramedic, maybe years of experience paramedic qualified.
59.
When I go to college I would like to study speech pathology and audiology leading me to open my own practice.
60.
I want to become a nurse and maybe even a surgeon.
61.
My career goals are to be successful and happy although I still have yet to determine which career field/profession I would like to enter but in the meantime, am shaping myself in order to meet and excel the standards of being a pilot, therefore, I must work very hard at the best of my abilities.
62.
As of right now I plan on going into something to do with health care.
63.
My career goals are to finish both secondary and post-secondary education.
64.
My Career goals are to finish College with a degree in paralegal education and try my hardest to make society better for the fututure.
65.
I hope to go into sciences, not entirely sure what specifically.
66.
I plan on studying image consulting and I feel this job will help me in pursuing that.
67.
I want to be able to learn more skills that help improve the skills I already have.
68.
To go into communication and media studies.
69.
To work in future oriented and building organisation where my family, social and fananicial life goes smoth.
70.
Be the best I can be on my field and try to accomplish my job at the highest level.
71.
My first step is to find career starting job that I know will help me develop into a better person and introduce me to better options to grow in my career.
72.
I plan on graduating in December and staying in hattiesburg for a while to work as a paralegal. Eventually I want to be a paralegal for the legal division of my sorority based in Atlanta.
73.
In this company I would like to further my career by moving up and advancing.
74.
When I graduate high school, I want to go to college to become a lawyer.
75.
To work for 2 years and just be a all-around good employee.
76.
To advance in the company by showing how hard and a good employee I would be if I were to be hired.
77.
I aspire to a doctor one day. I am taking in a health science program right now to help me reach my career goal.
78.
I plan to finish high school get my diploma and head to college at spelman university.
79.
My career goals are to get promotions, and be happy with my job to the point I'm not miserable. I want to end up being a chef, or manager.
80.
I would love to be in something that I love but also it reliable. Hopefully something in the STEM field.
81.
Eat chicken and cook dog meet to a tender yellow and raise is to its proper flavor of canine that we all know and love.
82.
I plan to produce music once I graduate high school but rn, I just would like to find a job.
83.
My career goals are to develop my interpersonal skills and establish myself as a good worker--I intend on becoming a history teacher for middle school kids when I graduate from college and give back to the community. I think this job would be a great way to develop those skills.
84.
I plan to go the Army August 2016 when I graduate .
85.
Right now im trying to get a job to help me get off my feet and give me a head start in believing and pushing forward, then later in the future I plan to become a neonatal nurse and also get my degree in culinary.
86.
As a Child Psychologist my goal is to help children who are having troubles with their lives. Whether it is depression, anxiety, unusual senses, family problems, health issues, etc.
87.
I would one day like to open my own practice to work with high-risk teenagers and rape or sex-trafficking victims and conduct psychological analyses for a local police department.
88.
To deliver value for clients and employer.
89.
I want to be in Public Relations because I want to use my gift of creativity and helping others.
90.
I want to work at the highest level of this sport. I want to work hard and have fun doing it. Putting together world class productions that help sell work class fights.
91.
My career goals are to work as a video editor somewhere that I am constantly challenged and learning things. I also wish to run a successful business.
92.
Wanted to have good name in the field.
93.
I would like to be an owner or partner in a production company, but a hands on owner. Specializing in travel documentary and music video.
94.
To build a career through films, television and others.
95.
Everyday that I can work in this sector for me it's like a medal.
96.
I'd like to work freelance across the boards; from music videos to film. I'm not sure if my editing will fly in TV.
97.
I wanted to be a film maker.
98.
The first goals on my mind then how I work it.
99.
One of my goals is being part of a big company, leading a team. And make videos that stand out for their quality.
100.
Setting paces in video editing.
101.
Becoming strategic in all ares of communications.

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