How will my career objective help me in finding a job?
My career objective as a second year college student is to apply all the skills that I have learned from school, and at the same time exploring some thought that might help me to be more productive and successful in the field that I had chosen. Therefore, I can maximize my knowledge in financial management and at the same time, I can use my leadership skill and some strategic planning that may be consider as a very good aid in financial management field.
Asked By: - 8/18/2011
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See what kind of a job you're looking for. There are sites that can help.
Answered By: Soul Eater - 8/21/2011
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Target the type of job you want to do, you cant get any job unless you target one, aim your education and desires at that job and rephrase your question, if only to yourself as at the moment it makes little sense
Answered By: radioguyuk - 8/18/2011
Your career objective is somewhat broad and so general but to think that it is from a second year college it is quite impressive because you have the passion in terms of work and even have the determination in work, which is essential in a workplace.
Answered By: George Matrillo - 8/18/2011
Hi Joewina, if you don't have prior work experience in financial managament or any other financial capacity your focus will need to seek work as an entry level candidate for a financial institution. What you've learned in college is theory, practice is what you'll need to enhance what you're learning in college. By the... More
Answered By: Jorge - 8/18/2011
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