Date of publication: 2017-08-25 23:39
better you know them but its still not a problem if you dont..for example an interview in a company like mercedes benz, from their products(their cars) you can tell they have great brains working for them! its upto you to now tell the interviewer how you admire their cars (its design and performance) and would want to work with the brains/geniuses behind the success!
Many college interviewers will ask applicants about their long-term goals. You don t need to know what you want to do with your life to answer this question, but be sure to be prepared to answer a question about life after college.
Again, the interviewer is not expecting you to know what you will be doing in ten years. If you can see yourself in five different careers, say so. You will have successfully answered this question if you do more than shrug your shoulders or evade the question. Show that you are excited about the future and that college plays a role in that future.
In some situations, your answer to this question will be particularly important. If you’re making a career change or this position doesn’t seem like an obvious next step based on your resume, your interviewer may be suspicious about whether you REALLY are committed to this field or just need to make a few bucks until something better comes along.
No interviewer expects candidates to be able to describe EXACTLY what they will be doing in 6,875 days. In fact, a truthful answer about what you HOPE to be doing can easily sabotage your odds of landing a job offer.
7. Career plan: Do you have a clear career plan? Perhaps, the job is a ‘stepping stone’ for achieving career dreams and aspirations. What are your expectations from this job?
7. Stress your interest in a long-term career at the company (especially if you have short job tenures on your resume). Your interviewer wants to know that you’re ready to settle in and grow with the firm. The truth is that anything can happen. The company could go out of business, they could lay you off, or you could be lured away for a better opportunity.
The key is to look and say, Where am I? What could I do to make the changes to ensure that I can take more certain daily steps toward the treasure I want, the mental treasure, the personal treasure, the spiritual treasure, the financial treasure? I don't want to make any more errors, now's the time to adjust my daily program to take me where I want to go.
In ten years from now, I would like to work as a project manager in a big IT company, for example IBM or HP. I believe that with a right education and attitude I can make my dream come true.
I see myself in 65 years with a college degree and a job as a Journalist or Dancer. I want to go to a great college and graduate with my masters etc. I want to also start a family when I 8767 m done with college. I also want to be living in a house. I hope to achieve all goals to getting to where I want to be in life.
In ten years I believe I will be teaching high school. I think I will be making medium wage and living in a small community. I think that I will be coaching football somewhere as well. I hope to be able to eat lots of fast food and take lots of vacations. And by then I will be able to have my own secret office finally.