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The Significance of Looking at a Long Term goal in a Job Search

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Short term goals have their obvious benefits but they also come with the unfortunate problem of being very narrow in terms of the goals they deliver. In other words, a career always needs to be very well planned over a span of time. This way, an employee can turn a position into something more than just a job. It can become a very fruitful and productive career. From this approach, the ability to maximize the benefits one derives from a career and all it delivers can be greatly magnified. Without clear goal paths, this may prove quite difficult. This is most definitely important when engaged in a job search.

When long term goals are absent in a job search, the search becomes little more than a reactionary venture. In other words, the individual is not in control of his/her search for a dream position. They are merely reacting to whatever is placed in front of them. This most definitely does not open the doors needed to be successful while establishing a definitive career path. Yes, you may land a job and even earn decent money from it, but without needed career goals, the job simply becomes a means of collecting a weekly paycheck. Does that sound like a person living life to the fullest and enjoying the benefits of a decent career path? Most assuredly it is not!

Maintaining long term career goals in mind, while searching for a job is a must for someone wanting to succeed to his/her highest capability. Remember, when you land a starting job in a company, you do not want to be stuck in that job for an extended period of time. You will want career advancement potential. Understanding the long term impact of a particular position is critical to explore when on the job search adventure.



One way to ensure you achieve the desired end result involves performing a decent amount of research on a particular place of employment. Is the company known for its growth or its contraction in the market? Does it seek to be cutting edge or innovative or does it merely trudge along delivering the same goals and mission plans year after year? For those that want to be in a good position some years down the road, it is most definitely advisable to look towards a company that is willing to expand its market share and succeed in a competitive marketplace. Those businesses that are only interested in coasting should be avoided.

When you apply for a job, you are not just looking to land the specific job you are applying for. You are also applying for future promotions and lateral job placement improvements. This first job you acquire is just a beachhead landing. You want to be able to chart your future financial and professional success from the original job you are involved with. Sadly, there will be many people that will only look at their job search in a singular manner. They do not seek the necessary long term goals. This eventually undermines their ability to achieve the top results that they seek.

Avoid making these same mistakes when you are in pursuit of employment. A job search should never seek a one-time position. It should always be focused on the long term success of future promotional potential. To do otherwise would undermine the revenue you could potentially earn.
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