How to set SMART career goals

New Year’s resolutions are hard to keep. 

According to a study from the Journal of Clinical Psychology, 71 percent of resolution-makers are successful for two weeks. At this point in the year -- about one month in -- that number slips to 64 percent. Come June, just 46 percent keep their resolutions.

But why? According to Blake Angove, director of technology services and marketing at recruiting company LaSalle Network, it boils down to a lack of structure in goal setting.

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