Describing your career goal is a common question you will hear in many interviews. Being fully prepared to answer this question shows that you are goal-oriented and have long-term objectives.
An employer is eager to hire someone who really wants this job because chances are you would more likely be motivated and passionate about the job. Prepare a few goals and aspirations you can talk about, but make sure they fit with the job scope. Or adjust the goals you plan on talking about for the interview.
Be strategic and think about what’s going to get you hired and don’t mention anything that suggests you’ll be bored or want to leave this job quickly. Words you may use when you describe a goal include ambition, intention, objective, target, duty and etc.
The above is just one of the many tips on the words to describe personal goals during an interview.