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Five-Year Career Development Plan
MGT/431
Human Resources Management
March 30, 2011

Five-Year Career Development Plan
When, I first started in business I considered my success by how much money, I made. Recently, I evaluate success by ensuring happiness and a balance life-style between work, school, and family time.   I found this to be very hard when I began school and added to my plans. At, the time I integrated school to my plan I was not sure if I was going to make it, but decided to take a leap of faith. However, I am much closer to the finish line and I see it closer each day so it is a reality happening before my eyes it is the best decision I have made for myself and my families future. In, life we have to plan constantly everything we do, we have plans for dinner, weekend, and vacation; each day we plan ahead because it is important, think where we are in our career path today and develop a five year career development plan.

Career goals and Objectives
Career goals are necessary for advancing and moving ahead in life. However, there are two types of career goals long-term and short-term, the reason for short-term goals is for the long-term goals to be achieved, when we tend to success in the short-term goals we are only preparing for what is ahead long-term goals. My career and objectives is to graduate in one more year, continue in my current job for two to three years because in this job I am exposed to opportunities to grow and learn and to understand the profession inside out. My objective is to continue to grow in this filed so I can start my own business in Property Management Company or work for a well-known and respected company with health insurance, vacation time, promotions, and other incentives. In this company we have nothing, but I...