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46 How Do You Plan to Achieve Your Career Goals?

All interviewers are interested in why you want to work for them, and they will directly ask you about it. Your career goal will give them an idea of what kind of employee you will be – long-term or short-term. In addition, if you have a goal that you want to achieve, it means that this interview was not random and this position really fits your aspirations. This means that you are likely to be more dedicated to work, work harder, and have a great attitude.

Possible answer for “How do you plan to achieve your career goals?”:

“At the moment, I am trying to improve my leadership skills to manage larger game development teams. I have only had experience as a lead designer so far, but I hope that in a few years and a little more experience, I will be able to manage the entire project fully.”

Tips for answering the question “How do you plan to achieve your career goals?”:

  • Your answer to this interview question should be related to the position/company you are applying for.
  • Start with short-term goals and then move on to long-term ones.
  • Focus on one or two main goals and briefly explain how you plan to achieve them or how they will benefit your career in the long run.
  • Think about some short and long-term goals, and take the time to practice your answer to this one of the most popular interview questions.

What mistakes should not be made when answering the question “How do you plan to achieve your career goals?”:

  • Setting unrealistic goals
  • Going into details
  • Talking about money. Instead of talking about bills, translate the paycheck into a real position. It suits the interviewer better.

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