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Summer 2001 Vol. 45, Number 2

Helping charity work: Paid jobs in charitable nonprofits

—NUTSHELL:
Work in nonprofits can be both personally and financially rewarding. Turn your commitment to a cause into a full-time career.


—SNIPPET:
Charitable nonprofits work for diverse causes, from homelessness, hunger, and health to education, the environment, and the arts. But the desire to help a cause is only the first step to a good career match.

Keep reading to see if you might like the daily work of a nonprofit career. This article describes five behind-the-scenes occupations found in almost every type of charitable nonprofit.

The sidebar highlights some nonprofit occupations that serve the public directly and are found only in particular types of causes.

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Last Updated: September 19, 2001