Goals are a way for members to state their interest in something. Whether it's an employer, school, job title, or area of study, a member can add a goal based off of another member's career or educational history.
Ambition isn't a bad thing. If one of our members wants to do something, they should say so. We aren't one of those services that encourages you to follow an employer or school. That's too passive. This is your future, and we want to help you as much as we can.
We add your name to a list of those interested in whatever you added as a goal. So for example, if you add YourTurn as a goal because you want to work for us, once you add the goal we will know you want to work here.
There are a few ways in which you may benefit from adding a goal:
When an organization or group of members knows you're interested in what they do, good things happen. It especially helps them manage those interested in them. Employers and schools get lists of members interested and can keep up with what you're up to.
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