My And Long Term Career Development Goals

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Personality Profile
What do you like to do?
I like to spend time with my family and close friends, helping others, read, travel, and shop.
What do you do well?
Troubleshooting computer problems, playing the drum and singing, typing, and cooking.
What do care about?
My relationship with God, my family, my health, having a college education, and having a decent paying job
What motivates you?
My parents. My niece and nephew, whom I take care of
It is imperative to understand yourself in your career development. No matter what your career stage, it is essential to assess your personal goals, interpersonal skills, strengths, weaknesses and desires to keep your career development on the same track as your personality and happiness. Some workers, for instance, most value their income potential, while others prioritize work-life stability. Deciding what is most essential in your short and long-term career development goals. It 's essential to understand yourself so you can find a career path that is enjoyable and satisfying.
Therefore, this brings me to the Jung Typology Seal Assessments, which I took to help me understand my preferred activities, work styles, ways in which I learn best, and ways in which I work best with others. I have an ISFJ personality. My scores were introvert (56%), Sensing (31%), Feeling (16%), and Judging (44%). The assessment stated that ISFJs frequently find themselves in occupations that either involves a lot of dealings with other people and require…
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