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Mrs áthas Posts: 3488
Girls, I am fairly well prepared the only question I do not have an answer to is Where do you see yourself in 5 years? any help appreciated!
pluto Posts: 3893
Oooooh!! good luck!! I just copied this from the internet: Where do you see yourself in 5 years? There are many open ended questions during an interview, and 'where do you see yourself in 5 years?' is one of the most common among them. This is one question which cannot have a standard right answer, because the answer of this question will actually reflect your nature, your goals, and your objective of life. What you need to keep in mind while answering this question is that the interviewer wants to hear something that reassures him/her that you are the right candidate for the company. Hence, answers such as 'I plan to finish my higher studies' or 'I would like to be own my own company one day' do not really fit in their future plans of a perfect candidate. Your answer should as much as possible assure him that you are a person who puts the company first; at the same time, it should not show that you are not looking at your own professional growth as well. It is best to show that you have a given a good thought to it and that your future goals are parallel with that of the company. This is definitely an answer which should be prepared well before hand. You should use your best traits and past experience to project achievable short and long-term goals. These goals, while using your best talents, should be in conformity with the company's growth and goals. In order to be able to do this, you need to do some heavy research on what the company envisages in its future plans - as well as what exactly your job entails. Each time you appear for an interview this question would have a different answer - exactly as the case with a cover letter to the resume given for a job interview. 'What do you see yourself in 5 years' is a question that can propel you in the winning candidates list provided you stay focused and employer and/or company-centered.
clucky Posts: 26471
i see myself where you are sitting? ha ha no emm i see myself fully qualified and working in a role that constantly interests and challenges me
pluto Posts: 3893
It's such a hard question to answer, coz you don't want to come across as cocky either. Here's another bit from the internet: I would like to see myself as a professional who is well equiped with knowledge,who can perform at his best and would like to lead a group of people who are ambitious and can work towrads the fulfillment of their ambitions and help them in developing creative thoughts and contributing them towards the growth of my society, my organisation & for my people. Sorry, it's a bit pukey!! :o0
Christmas B Posts: 6191
Oh I'm totaly crap for interview advise but the BEST OF LUCK chick!!!!!!!!!!!!!! O-O
Higgs particle Posts: 4557
See myself advanced further in the x role in a channelling but interesting position having completed my Blah balh education if applicable Bes :thnk t of luck
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