There is no 'right' answer. As Bear hinted, what are your career goals? You don't need to map out every detail, since it is likely to change. You should put some thought into it, though. In my experience, having an idea about where you want to go career-wise is a definite plus.
anarkali perera wrote:I have a computer degree.
i am a java developer.
I am waiting for an interview.I have a doubt if interviwer ask
what is your career goal ,what should i answer?
i really can understand your puzzle.Many candidates are often asked about this question,actually,they just want to know if you have a clear career goal ,and if you are an aggressive man ,not a loiterer. I think you can say like this,after 2 years,you want to be a project leader,after 5 years,be a project manager or a software artitect,and so on.just from my point.May you have a good interview.Good luck.
next 1-2 years acquire experience in X, Y and Z. Acquire both technical and non-technical skills.
next 3-4 years become a technical lead or senior developer
next 5-8 years become an architect or get into a management role
etc. You will be the best person to work out your goals.