1. Describe your long term career aspirations?

You can go a bit ambiguous and even out of the material world. For example, you can say that your long term career aspirations are to create a path that other people in the profession and line of work may follow. You may even speak about what are your career ambitions, like obtaining the highest post in a company in a while, etc.

2. What are expectation of the managers about career goals?

Recruiters or managers look for your ability to manage your own goals and also want to gain some insight on your short-term/long-term goals. When answering this question keep in mind that the long-term goals you talk about are not the personal goals but those career goals which relates to or somewhat identifying closely to the offered position/division's objectives or perhaps the overall vision of the company.
While answering this question also keep in mind that you would/could be asked for the short term projections as well. Your short-term and long-term goals must be on similar lines and not totally divergent else cross-grilling and consecutively dishonest statements could result from your side.

3. Describe exactly what are your goals?

It's hard to know exactly what someone's goals actually tell the interviewer. Goals are always changing. Most employers ask in order to see if you are going to commit to the company and judge whether or not you have ambition.

4. Tell me about your short term career objectives?

Short term career objectives are quite simple, like getting a higher post in a few years or months, or learning a new skill so that you can become more productive for the company or even earning a certain amount per month by a particular time. These are the answers that you can provide when you are asked what your short term career aspirations are. In some cases, you can also speak about any dream company that you would like to work with as your short term career aspirations.

5. Which kind of people employers always want to hire?

Employers always want to hire people who take a serious thought on their career growth and professional development as it would benefit them as well - People with clear vision are most likely to become the company's talents or the next leaders.

6. Tell me about your future determination?

When you are asked about what are your long term career goals, consider it as a chance to speak about how you are stable in your professional and personal life, and how you would like to grow with the company that you are working for.
Therefore, you should preset clear purpose, determination and commitment to own career goals by demonstrating how you plan ahead.

7. How you answering the short-term goal?

I see myself developing my skills through your training and development programs. I hope the company policies support internal training and reimbursement of work related courses offered by university extensions etc.

8. In which role you see yourself?

I see myself in a management role, leading my team to new innovations and growth. I have a desire to develop my skills as a manager, I'm sure I will eventually get there.

9. Described your long-term goals are making toward company?

My long-term goals are toward making a positive impact in the company though my expertise and ethics. I also look forward to develop myself in leadership areas through experience and training offered by the company.

10. Described the mean of short-term goals?

Short-term goals are your existing current goals, usually in the time frame of six months to one year.

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11. Described the mean of long-term goals?

Long-term goals usually refer to looking ahead 5 years from now. A similar question that is asked during interviews is: Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

12. Tell me what not to say while answering about long and short term career goals?

Even if you are tempted so say so, but it is best not to blurt out, "I do not plan that far along, my goals are short-term only" or "I don't have any".

13. List some tips should follow in long and short term career goals answer?

★ Your short and long term goals should be related.
★ Showing that you might commit to the company long term is a plus.
★ Don't suck up.

14. How you give a good answer about career goals?

Good answer implies, but does not assume that you will stick with the company you are interviewing with, since an interviewer is unlikely to believe that you believe you will be with the company forever. However, the fact that you are willing shows that are you might commit, and the company likes to see people whose short and long term goals have them potentially staying with the company.

15. Described your short term goals?

My short term goals are to simply break into the field. As a college graduate, I need to start building a strong presence in the industry, working for a company I respect and doing a job that I enjoy. My long term goals are to earn new responsibilities within the company, ultimately reaching higher positions as they open and helping the company succeed in the long term.

16. What kind of short and long term goals should I told interviewer?

Your short and long term goals need to be related. For example, you can't claim your short term goal is to work in technology, but your long term goal is to open your own restaurant. Also, your goals should relate to the job. It's a good idea to focus on intangible qualities of work for example, I would like to work somewhere that makes me happy, instead of more tangible goals, I would like to be CEO of your company.

17. Tell me where you want to go and how you can help the employer achieve results?

I have learned that long-term goals are best achieved when I break them into shorter goals. My short-term goal is to find a position that will put me in a forward-moving company with solid performance and future projections. As part of a team, I want to add value and continue to grow the company. 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.

18. How to begin by setting short-term goals. Right now your goal may be to get a job. But what kind of job? And where do you go from there?

Be employer-centered. The employer is looking for someone to come in and solve problems. Since planning is a key factor in this job, think of examples where your planning has affected the results.

19. Tell me about your carreer goals?

Think about what you really want. Most successful business people will tell you that a key success factor is the ability to set and achieve goals.

20. How you get focused while answering about long & short term career goals?

If you are the type of person who prefers an organized way of life, you may find this question a piece of cake to answer. But if you're among the majority of people who let life happen as it comes along, you will probably not have a smooth answer without some forethought.

21. What are your long-term goals?

I plan to return to school to earn my MBA and have my own consulting business one day. While it pays to be honest, this answer could turn the interview in the wrong direction very quickly. The employer is looking for someone to stick around for the long run, not to stop over on the way to a new career.

22. Describe yourself as resilient? If so, please give some recent examples?

Candidate should show strong character and will-power when answering question. They should appear to easily over-come obstacles.

23. Give me an example when you had to face and overcome strong opposition against you in a meeting?

Answer should show that they have a strong character and willpower to face anyone if they feel their point is right. They should be able to articulate and justify their arguments in a clear, logical and reasonable way.

24. Give me an example when you spoke out about something you didn't feel was right?

Applicant's answer should show that they have a very clear point of view and expresses them forcefully whenever the need arises; takes the initiative to prove his/her point; has a strong, commercial,l ethical viewpoint.

25. Would you describe yourself as resilient? If so, please give some recent examples?

Candidate should show strong character and will-power when answering question. They should appear to easily over-come obstacles.

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26. How do you prioritize your work? Give us an example?

Applicant's answer should that they know the difference between high and low priority tasks.

27. Describe a time when you took on additional work to help your team meet a crucial work goal?

You want to hear that the applicant has taken on extra work to help the company, to help the team's performance, and/or to help meet an objective set for his/her department.