Personal Reasons For Your Short-Term Career Action Plan

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Register to read the introduction… Once you have generated some ideas, complete the short-term and long-term information and respond to all items listed below:

Short-Term Career Goal (approximately 2 years or less):

Your short-term career goal should be a goal that you can realistically accomplish in approximately 2 years or less. Focus on a goal that will help you to reach the long-term career goal that you will be focusing on in the second part of your career action plan. I. What is this career goal and why is it important to you (minimum five complete sentences)? I would like to accomplish for myself. At his point of career path, just need to find a job for myself to be able to provide for family. The economy is truly hard at this point. I have always worked since I was fifth teen years old; this has been my biggest challenge. At the time it was been a blessing, I have the chance to work on myself and spend more time with children. Also, have given myself the chance to continuing my
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Focus on a goal that is clearly tied to the short-term career goal that you focused on in the first part of your career action plan.

I. What is this career goal, and why is it important to you (minimum five complete sentences)?

My long-term career goal, once I finish my short-term of obtain and job. I will be able to perform all my knowledge and skills, to move to upper management and be able to perform and be success and in my environment. I would like to be able to grow and learn and achieve my goal to be in upper management. This goal is important to myself, because I that I can make a difference because, I will take of my knowledge to able to apply to management.

II. What skills do you have now that make you a good “fit” for this long-term goal (minimum five complete

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