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why is professional competence important to future career goals
Goals may be either short or long term. Long term goals can take about three to five years to achieve, while short term goals are reachable in one to three years. [ Short term goals are often a stop along the way to our long term goals. We actually set goals regularly when we plan what we want to accomplish that day, that week, or even that month. Those are usually fairly simple goals, i.e.,
clean the house, finish an assignment, do laundry. You decide what you want to do and then figure out what you need to do to achieve your goal. Then you get into more complicated goals - your plans for the future. ]
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