1. When you wake up in the morning, are you excited to go to work?
    • Nearly all of the time. I really enjoy what I do.
    • Most of the time, but I do have my days when I don't feel like going to work.
    • I don't get excited for work and sometimes, I think I'm interested in doing something different.
  2. Are you responsible for your professional development, outside of what your employer provides?
    • No. It's the company's responsibility to train me for whatever they want me to do.
    • Yes. I'm the CEO of my work life, and I'm in charge of my career.
    • I think my employer should help facilitate my professional growth, but I'm also responsible in making it happen.
  3. Say for instance you are bored at work one day. Is it
    important for you to get additional responsibilities?
    • Yes, because I like to be challenged.
    • It's something I think about, but I wouldn't bring it up.
    • I am doing what's expected of me and proud of what I do.
  4. You hear about a new position at another company that will help you reach your personal goals but has less job
    security. What do you do?
    • Apply for it. It's something I really want to do, and I'll be happy there.
    • I might apply just to see what happens.
    • I'm happy where I am, so I wouldn't apply for it.
  5. Do you have a desire to learn new skills that you can apply
    at work, aside from your initial training?
    • Yes.
    • No.
  6. What is the most defining factor of success for you at work?
    • Whether I make enough money to live comfortably.
    • Whether I have work/life balance.
    • By the impact I make at my company.
  7. Do you have goals you'd like to achieve in your job, outside of your current job responsibilities?
    • Because I'm interested in advancing in my job, I do have other goals I'd like to achieve at work.
    • It depends on the situation. There are times where I have work goals and there are times where they need to take a back seat so I can focus on other life priorities.
    • I'm content with where I am in my job so I don't have any more goals than what's expected of me.
  8. Take a look back at your last couple of positions. Do you see any progression or advancement in your work?
    • Yes, I do.
    • No, I don’t.
    • This is my first job.
  9. Are you likely to go the extra mile at work?
    • Yes, because I want others to see that I'm a valuable employee and can do whatever it takes to get the job done.
    • At times, I'm inclined to do more of what's expected of me, if I have the time.
    • I'm doing enough to get the job done, and as long as my boss is happy, I'm happy.
  10. Your boss asks for your career plan. What's your plan of action?
    • You send it over right away because you already developed it and periodically check it to make sure you're on track.
    • Although you've thought about your future, you haven't mapped it out so you take some time to put it together.
    • You ask what a career plan is because you didn't know it existed.
  • You have a job mindset — A set schedule with more predictable hours works for you. You like the opportunity to learn new skills and earn a steady wage while balancing work with other life priorities.

  • You have a job mindset — A set schedule with more predictable hours works for you. You like the opportunity to learn new skills and earn a steady wage while balancing work with other life priorities.

  • You have a job mindset — A set schedule with more predictable hours works for you. You like the opportunity to learn new skills and earn a steady wage while balancing work with other life priorities.

  • You have a job mindset — A set schedule with more predictable hours works for you. You like the opportunity to learn new skills and earn a steady wage while balancing work with other life priorities.

  • You have a job mindset — A set schedule with more predictable hours works for you. You like the opportunity to learn new skills and earn a steady wage while balancing work with other life priorities.

  • You have a job mindset — A set schedule with more predictable hours works for you. You like the opportunity to learn new skills and earn a steady wage while balancing work with other life priorities.

  • You have a job mindset — A set schedule with more predictable hours works for you. You like the opportunity to learn new skills and earn a steady wage while balancing work with other life priorities.

  • You have a job mindset — A set schedule with more predictable hours works for you. You like the opportunity to learn new skills and earn a steady wage while balancing work with other life priorities.

  • You have a job mindset — A set schedule with more predictable hours works for you. You like the opportunity to learn new skills and earn a steady wage while balancing work with other life priorities.

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  • You're in transition. — You've either been working in a job and are ready to pursue a longer-term career or you've been climbing the career ladder and want to take it down a notch.

  • You're in transition. — You've either been working in a job and are ready to pursue a longer-term career or you've been climbing the career ladder and want to take it down a notch.

  • You're in transition. — You've either been working in a job and are ready to pursue a longer-term career or you've been climbing the career ladder and want to take it down a notch.

  • You're in transition. — You've either been working in a job and are ready to pursue a longer-term career or you've been climbing the career ladder and want to take it down a notch.

  • You're in transition. — You've either been working in a job and are ready to pursue a longer-term career or you've been climbing the career ladder and want to take it down a notch.

  • You're in transition. — You've either been working in a job and are ready to pursue a longer-term career or you've been climbing the career ladder and want to take it down a notch.

  • You're in transition. — You've either been working in a job and are ready to pursue a longer-term career or you've been climbing the career ladder and want to take it down a notch.

  • You're in transition. — You've either been working in a job and are ready to pursue a longer-term career or you've been climbing the career ladder and want to take it down a notch.

  • You're in transition. — You've either been working in a job and are ready to pursue a longer-term career or you've been climbing the career ladder and want to take it down a notch.

  • You're in transition. — You've either been working in a job and are ready to pursue a longer-term career or you've been climbing the career ladder and want to take it down a notch.

  • You're in transition. — You've either been working in a job and are ready to pursue a longer-term career or you've been climbing the career ladder and want to take it down a notch.

  • You're in transition. — You've either been working in a job and are ready to pursue a longer-term career or you've been climbing the career ladder and want to take it down a notch.

  • You're in transition. — You've either been working in a job and are ready to pursue a longer-term career or you've been climbing the career ladder and want to take it down a notch.

  • You're in transition. — You've either been working in a job and are ready to pursue a longer-term career or you've been climbing the career ladder and want to take it down a notch.

  • You have a career mindset. — You see yourself working in your industry for a long time, and you're fulfilled by learning and developing yourself on the path to reach your ultimate dream job.

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