nonprofit, nonprofit organization, nonprofit sector, resiliency, service
Will working for a nonprofit organization be a waste of an education and career? There are many false myths about nonprofits, and it's important to get the facts straight so you can do what you love without a fear of financial repercussions. In his article, "Make Money, Make a Difference," Riley Martin highlights the benefits of working for nonprofit organizations as well as some cautions to consider. As one can expect, nonprofits provide a sense of purpose for employees. But despite what many think, the pay and job-security for nonprofit jobs is the same—if not better—than that of its for-profit counterparts. If you are aware of the potential for poor management in non-profits, you can work to combat those challenges. Your hard work and positive impact may not always be praised, but nonprofits can still be a wise and rewarding career path to take.
"Make Money, Make a Difference,"
Marriott Student Review: Vol. 4
, Article 11.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/marriottstudentreview/vol4/iss1/11
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