The Key to Answering "Where Do You See Yourself in 5 Years?"
You're breezing through an interview—answering all the questions about your work history and interest in the company with great examples and clever anecdotes—when the interviewer throws a slightly more personal question at you: "Where do you see yourself in five years?"
What's the best way to answer that to continue showing the hiring manager why you're perfect for the job? At this company? In the position higher than the one I'm applying to? Somewhere else entirely?
Luckily, it's not as challenging as you might think to come up with an impressive answer. In the video below, you'll learn exactly what a hiring manager is hoping to learn about you from this question and how to tailor your answer to suit.
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