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Where are the social good job seekers going? The answer in four charts.

Leah Neaderthal

Recently the blog "When You Work At A Nonprofit" took off, showing the issues and challenges of working in the non-profit sector. In this follow-up article to the blog, the authors uncover a long-term consequence of poor working conditions in non-profits: a severe decline in interest in the sector. What does this mean for the non-profit sector, and how can the sector attract job seekers?

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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    Really fascinating how more people are interested in social enterprise work. Is it because there's more money in it? I love how you bring up nonprofit issues in your gif blog. I think now there's opportunity to bring up positive things you're doing to change things in your gifs?