This Is What Your Career Goals Look Like
Posted On July 11, 2021
From a job title that reads like it could be any of the many, many job titles out there, to a title that sounds like it’s written by a fictional character, you’d think there’s something off about these jobs.
But for some people, that’s exactly what they need to know about careers.
Here’s a look at the career goals, life goals, and job title ideas that can help you find a way to achieve your goals.1.
I want to be a doctor, engineer, or scientist.
(This is what it sounds like to be employed by a medical device company.)2.
I’m a designer, illustrator, or photographer.3.
I love learning about the world around me.4.
I can be a writer, a journalist, a public speaker, or even an author.5.
I am interested in the arts and in the future of technology.6.
I like to travel.7.
I have a love for learning about my hometowns.8.
I’d like to work in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics.9.
I would like to study abroad.10.
I enjoy learning new things.11.
I feel like I am a role model for others.12.
I know I’m not alone in my interests.13.
I admire people who have gone through hard times.14.
I think I can do whatever I want as long as I am not alone.15.
I believe in the power of teamwork.16.
I understand the importance of a healthy, happy family.17.
I really like working in a creative field.18.
I work well with others.19.
I try to do things that are fun.20.
I care about the people I work with.21.
I appreciate people who are intelligent and hardworking.22.
I trust people who know how to use technology to achieve their goals.23.
I also want to learn about other cultures and other countries.24.
I’ve had a few bad days in the past week.25.
I look forward to learning new ideas.26.
I value hard work.27.
I wish I had more money in my bank account.28.
I hope to have a good relationship with my boss.29.
I respect others’ opinions and values.30.
I find life rewarding.31.
I was looking for a way out of the office, but now I’m stuck.32.
I don’t feel like my job makes me a person I can relate to.33.
I enjoyed reading and studying a lot.34.
I prefer to be alone.35.
I miss being part of a team.36.
I make a good team player.37.
I do my best work when I am at home.38.
I seek the approval of my boss when I work.39.
I listen to people and ask questions.40.
I see the world from a different perspective.41.
I plan ahead for the future.42.
I always ask myself, “How can I do better?”43.
I get frustrated easily.44.
I expect more out of myself.45.
I crave success.46.
I ask questions about what I am doing.47.
I consider myself a “career professional.”48.
I pay attention to what my manager says.49.
I strive to be an excellent communicator.50.
I tend to get angry easily.51.
I take responsibility for my actions.52.
I are hard-working.53.
I often get upset if people aren’t helpful to me.54.
I rely on my friends and family for support.55.
I worry about the well-being of others.56.
I struggle to focus.57.
I need to be creative to make a positive impact.58.
I usually feel anxious or upset when I meet new people.59.
I lack confidence.60.
I fear that people might see my shortcomings as weakness.61.
I cannot seem to get over an obstacle.62.
I dislike meetings or conferences.63.
I avoid social gatherings.64.
I live in a city and work from home.65.
I only ever meet people from my work or friends.66.
I will rarely interact with people from other teams.67.
I keep my distance from people from the outside world.68.
I hate meetings and conferences.69.
I rarely meet with people I don-t know.70.
I may not be the most likable person around.71.
I just can’t seem to make friends.72.
I won’t tell anyone about my personal issues.73.
I despise deadlines.74.
I dread the thought of meeting a new person.75.
I spend more time on my computer than with people.76.
I resent having to meet new faces.77.
I forget about people and relationships.78.
I use social media more than with my friends.79. I stay