Career Goals In Nursing Essays and Term Papers

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    Career Goals Passing the GED can be a challenge for you to advance in your career. Even if you aren't suitable in pursuing long term post-secondary education, your new credential can help you gets access to professional training programs at community colleges and vocational schools. Your GED transcript...

      257 Words | 1 Pages   General Educational Development

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    My Career Goal Have you ever heard “Making career goals is a part of your everyday life”, “Mapping your career path”? All of them are about how to set up a career goal. My career goal is being a news reporter. Set a career goal need to think about how to make your life meaningful and fulfill to your...

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     My short term goal – immediately upon completion of the MBA – is to enter the field of FMCG marketing. My aim is to take up a challenging product marketing position with a top global consumer goods company. This role would give me the opportunity to identify target market segments, and devise strategies...

      456 Words | 2 Pages   Marketing, Strategic management, Supply chain, Marketing strategy

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    Objectives, Obstacles, and Solutions Career Goal Objectives: My Career Goal is to become a Medical Assistant and help cure others that need help. I know that there are many obstacles in the way of achieving my goal. Also, I want to join the military. Objective 1: My first objective is to join...

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    Career Goals Over the past few decades, people have drastically changed the way they choose their career. Times have changed a great deal, and people no longer feel forced into a certain profession. People are now given endless choices and possibilities, and it is up to them to decide what they...

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    Career Goals I plan to attend the Ohio State University and major in Chemical Engineer after I graduate from Springfield Local High School. Chemical Engineer is an occupation that is full of challenge. The study said the median pay each year for a Chemical Engineer is $90,300. So in the future...

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    Creating a Career Objective Dorothy Domkowski Denise Saunders Objectives 1. To learn the purpose of a career objective. 2. To understand the parts of a career objective. 3. To write a career objective that is not too broad or too narrow. Introduction A job campaign consists of many tasks: writing...

      1764 Words | 6 Pages   Recruitment, Test (assessment), Management, Evaluation

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    Career Objectives My career objective is to develop and build-up manpower with practical knowledge and problem solving skills to expand small and medium agribusiness enterprises and improve the productivity of agribusiness value chain in agricultural industry and also in my country. Also I plan...

      284 Words | 1 Pages   Agricultural marketing, Private sector development, Agriculture, Poverty reduction

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    managerial position in a large multinational corporation that markets, or preferably manufactures commodities. I believe that on my way to achieve my goal I will express my talents and interests and contribute to society’s prosperity. Looking ten years back, I view my interdisciplinary experience in...

      551 Words | 2 Pages   Accounting

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    What are your career goals? Is the manager usually standing around? Well he may be standing there but he has about one hundred things on his mind at a time. My career goal is to be a business manager. To be a business manager you will have to have several skills. One of the most important skills...

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    Career Goal Paper To become Navy minimum education requirement is high school diploma and the maximum is four years college degree (BS or BA degree). For four years college degree will cost $20,000. After finishing 30 credits for associate degree, which cost $4,500, I will join the Navy...

      1222 Words | 4 Pages   Postgraduate education, Tricare, Bachelor's degree, Bachelor of Arts

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    It was in my first semester of IT engineering that I learned that computers and software were not just about technology and coding, but an equally important component is managing and defining processes along with associated resources. As the course progressed, wondrous subjects like, Software...

      422 Words | 2 Pages   Business analyst, Project management

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    post secondary education as opposed to only a high school diploma. There are a couple of certifications that I am able to get to help me advance in my career as a medical office manager. The first is the Certified Medical Administrative Specialist (CMAS). The second one is the Certified Professional Secretary...

      557 Words | 2 Pages   Professional certification, Health care, Medical laboratory scientist, Managed care

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    helping human services deliver more help and it can help meet the needs of multiple costumers. This will have short term and long term effects on this career. As for a short term, it is helping those who are in the field help more people who need them. As for long term effects, when I graduate, the programs...

      722 Words | 3 Pages   Human services

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    Deirdre Davis Professor Hayes Supervision April 7, 2015 Career Goals and School Currently I am employed at The Out Source Group, A Parallon Company, under the umbrella of HCA. Parallon offers a variety of services for healthcare providers and hospitals. Services provided rage from shared services...

      726 Words | 3 Pages   Hospital Corporation of America

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    knowledge, and excited about the mission of making people healthier and happier using these emerging technologies. Over the past several years, my career goals have aimed squarely in the telecommunication field. Most recently, I have completed certificate courses in wireless communication and Digital communication...

      642 Words | 2 Pages   Health care

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    with an attorney had made me focus on what my career goal are for my future. Continuing to work in the legal field will be my short time goals. Hopefully being able to attend law school would be my long time career goal. If a paralegal put 100% in her career at the long round she/he can accomplish to...

      517 Words | 2 Pages   Lawyer

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    Essay Question: What are your short-term and long-term career goals? How will the Columbia Business School MBA help you achieve these goals? I have always been told to figure out what you like to do and then make a career out of it. Eight years ago, armed with this bit of philosophy, I set out to...

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    what is your career goal? A career goal is very important after graduating high school because it is not just a job it is a career, something that you want to be and succeed at in life. There are many careers and you will probably be interested in more than one and that’s fine because a career is something...

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    My goals are ambitious, and study at Boston University will propel me towards achieving them. My ultimate professional goal is to use the financial skills I will acquire at Boston University to become a senior research analyst for an investment management firm. To realize my aim, I intend to use the...

      596 Words | 2 Pages   Master of Business Administration, Financial analyst

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