By Debra Auerbach
At the start of each year, New Year's resolutions are made. Some goals are kept, while many more are forgotten. Yet making resolutions can be beneficial if they are realistic, they allow for some flexibility and a plan is put in place to achieve them.
The same thinking applies to making career resolutions. While it's good to set career goals, not all career resolutions are created equal. Some will help you get what you want, while others will leave you frustrated, complacent or not where you thought you'd be in your career.