Job Goals

By Linda Blake Smith

To find the job that is right for you, you must set goals. A goal is a purpose you set for yourself. It is what you hope for in the future. You have to identify the skills that you need to get the job you want. Then you need to design a program to help you reach the level of improvement you set for yourself.

To reach your goal, you must have a specific goal. Decide what you are going to do and when you are going to do it. Plan ways to achieve your goal. How will you accomplish it? Next, identify problems that will get in the way of accomplishing your goal. Then think of possible ways to solve the problems. Finally, evaluate your progress. Did you reach your goal? Did you get the job you wanted?

Decide what the answer should be, then click on the answer button to see the hidden answer.
  1. To find the right job, you must set goals.
  2. A goal is an interview you set for yourself.
  3. In order to get a job you want, you don't have to identify the skills that you need.
  4. You need to design a program to improve.
  5. To reach your goal you must have a general goal.
  6. You must decide what you are going to do.
  7. If you plan, you can achieve your goals .
  8. You must identify problems that will interfere with accomplishing your goal.
  9. Think of ways to worry about your problems.
  10. Evaluate your progress to help you get the right job.

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    This quiz is part of the HTML-Only Self-Study Quizzes which is part of Activities for ESL Students, a project by The Internet TESL Journal.