- 1 Where do you see yourself twenty years from now?
- 2 Where do you see yourself 10 years from now?
- 3 Where do u see yourself after 5 years?
- 4 What do you see yourself in 5 years answer?
- 5 How do I see my self?
- 6 What are your strengths?
- 7 What are your weaknesses?
- 8 What is your salary expectation?
- 9 How do you see yourself in 5 years as a student?
- 10 What are career goals?
- 11 What is your future plan?
- 12 Why do you want this job?
Where do you see yourself twenty years from now?
“In twenty years, I see myself being happy with the love of my life and our 4 beautiful children. I was raised most of my life in a big city, I would love for my children to experience the same. Hopefully I will be successful enough to take them traveling to places I’ve only imagined going to.” Jauregui said.
Where do you see yourself 10 years from now?
How to answer “Where do you see yourself in 10 years?”
- Do your research. Show your interviewer you’re prepared by researching the company and the position.
- Imagine your future.
- Relate your answer to the job.
- Be ambitious, yet realistic.
- Tell them what you want.
- End your answer with a question.
Where do u see yourself after 5 years?
How to answer ‘where do you see yourself in five years?’ in an interview
- Get clear about your career goals. Take some time to brainstorm what your career goals are for the next five years.
- Find connections between your goals and the job description.
- Ask yourself if the company can prepare you for your career goals.
What do you see yourself in 5 years answer?
Example answer: Over the next few years, I want to explore and develop skills in project management. In five years, I want to have gained experience in leading projects for major clients. I will be looking for opportunities to expand my responsibilities within this role to work towards my goal.
How do I see my self?
Make it as detailed as possible, defining yourself as a whole person: physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.
- Start with statements like, “I am” or “What I’m really proud of myself for is”
- Answer each statement with at least 8 to 12 responses.
- List your strengths and weaknesses, as well.
What are your strengths?
In general, your strengths should be skills that can be supported through experience. For example, if you list communication as a strength, you may want to recall a situation in which you used communication to reach a goal or resolve a problem.
What are your weaknesses?
Examples of weaknesses related to your work ethic might include:
- Leaving projects unfinished.
- Providing too much detail in reports.
- Shifting from one project to another (multitasking)
- Taking credit for group projects.
- Taking on too many projects at once.
- Taking on too much responsibility.
- Being too detail-oriented.
What is your salary expectation?
Choose a salary range. Rather than offering a set number of the salary you expect, provide the employer with a range in which you’d like your salary to fall. Try to keep your range tight rather than very wide. For example, if you want to make $75,000 a year, a good range to offer would be $73,000 to $80,000.
How do you see yourself in 5 years as a student?
Instead, a strong response should convey that you:
- Expect to be with this company in five years.
- Have seriously considered your future (because you’re an ambitious person).
- Are passionate about this job/company/industry.
- Want to grow with the company/in this role.
- Have done your research.
What are career goals?
Career goals are targets. Things, positions, situations related to your professional life that you have set your mind on achieving. They can be short-term, like getting a promotion or certification, or they can be long-term, like running your own successful business or being an executive at your dream company.
What is your future plan?
When talking about your future plans, share that you are a self-starter who intends to make the most of every opportunity you are offered. Example: In five years, I hope to be on a career path that will lead to a supervisory position, with a long-range goal of eventually moving into upper management.
Why do you want this job?
“In my career, I am sure of one thing and that is I want to build a decent career in my current domain. My present job has shown me the path to move and attain what has been my long-term career objective. I have acquired necessary skills to some extent as well as have got accustomed to the corporate way of working.