"Where do you see yourself in three years from now?"
"I would like to follow the management career path"
"I would like to try the secretary career track"
"I'd like to be a senior manager of your company in three years."
"In three years I want to be a valuable part of this company and help it to reach its goal. I also want to manage a challenging project and bring in latest technology that will benefit the company."
"In the next three years, I want to learn new things, gain more experience and increase my value to your company. I want to learn my job well and eventually to achieve a position of higher responsibility within your company."
"In the next three years, I will not plan on moving or going back to school, I want to stay with this company for many years, and expect I would be very happy with this job."
Q:Why is this job right for you at this time in your career?
A:This job would build on my extensive technical background both as a navy communications officer and in the two software companies where I've worked. I believe I'm now ready to assume broader responsibilities as a project manager. I've demonstrated my ability to handle the responsibility for both a diverse team of programmers and engineers and for major capital budgets.
Q:What are your aspirations beyond this job?
A:Beyond this job as a marketing assistant, I see myself moving up through marketing analysis into brand management and eventually running a category. I'm aware that there are several skills I need to develop in the interval, and I believe with your continuing education program and my own motivation for self improvement, I'll have those skills when the opportunities arise for greater responsibility.That's why I'm determined to learn from the ground up, starting as a marketing assistant.
Q:What new challenges would you enjoy?
A:I've worked in the hospitality industry for over eight years and have progressively worked in larger, more prestigious hotels. I've learned the food and beverage side of the business and the hotel management side, and now I believe I'm ready to be a convention or conference sales manager.
Q:If you could start all over again, what direction would your career take?
A:I always enjoye consumer sales as I've moved up in my career. Looking back, I wish I'd gotten a bit more experience in market research earlier in my career, because it’s important to understand the types of quantitative models and technical research techniques that are now important for a regional sales manager to know.
Q:How long do you think you'd continue to grow in this job?
A:My own personal measure of growth in a job is acquiring new skills, new knowledge, and new insights into the industry. As long as I can measure this type of growth, I consider myself successful. I'm a believer in stretching a job by reaching out to learn more about other areas that are peripheral to the job I'm in.
Q:What career path interests you within the company?
A:I'd like to work toward becoming a senior project manager within your commercial real estate firm. My background includes several areas within commercial real estate, including working in architectural design, working with governmental departments and agencies, working with banks in the finance area, and, finally, working in sales and leasing. I'd like to pull all this background together in the next few years and eventually have project management responsibility.
Q:Compare this job to others you repursuing.
A:I've narrowed my job search to only those large securities firms within the finance industry. The basic skills necessary with all of these firms are similar: strong quantitative and analytical abilities, the ability to make decisions quickly, and good interpersonal skills to react to a customer's needs.
Q:Have you progressed in your career as you expected?
A:My six years with a major gas company have included solid experience in price analysis, capital budgets, and financial planning. I now believe I'm ready to take on departmental responsibility for the entire finance function within a finance company.
Q:What do you reasonably expect to earn within three years?
A:My expectation for the next five years is that my contributions will be recognized and appropriately rewarded. I realize that salary levels are based on a number of factors, including the company's profitability and the general business cycle that affects our industry, but I expect to take on greater responsibility each year and to be appropriately compensated for my efforts and contributions.
Q:What do you do in your spare time?
A:I really enjoy getting outside—I often go camping and hiking. I've learned a lot about different fabrics that are good for various weather conditions. That's why I'm so interested in your textile operations.
This is to certify XXXX, from XXX University, majored in Electronic Engineering, started his six weeks internship at our company from July 7th, 2013 to Aug. 30th, 2013.
During the student's internship he put much effort into his work and study. He had been proficientat thinking and solving problems and applying the methods to working out those alike. This student never hesitated asking senior co-workers when difficulties are met.
The student also does well in putting academic theories into practice,guaranteeing the quality and quantity of the work done. At the same time, the student adheres to the company's rules. Respecting and getting along with others well, co-workers have all given their approval to the student who now leaves an excellent impression to the company.
Now the student in my company has already concluded,this is to certify that.
XXX Corporation,Limited (Valid with a stamp)