The concept of work in a nonprofit might be appealing but daunting to many workers, conjuring images of long hours and low pay for the people running nonprofit organizations that seek to change the world. But if you think work in a nonprofit is all altruism and no personal gain, think again: nonprofit jobs actually tend to earn more than their counterparts at for-profit organizations, and the benefits are nothing to scoff at.
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