Where do you see yourself with your career in 5 years?
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Where do you see yourself 10 years now?
Life is unexpected. However people always looking forward and planning for their future, so do
I. Some time I ask myself where I see myself in ten years, as a thirty-one-year-old woman.
Actually I have no idea! So, instead of thinking of where I would...
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