Nonprofit Work After Retirement? Maybe You Can Make It Pay


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Many people have passions for charities these days. Some love to volunteer in addition to their regular work in the business world. What if you could get paid for working at the Nonprofit for which you volunteer?

There are over 11 million jobs in the nonprofit sector, which is growing each year. Just like the business world, nonprofits need to be managed well and many business talents are greatly welcomed.

Transitioning from profit to nonprofit can be difficult for some but there is a growing number of company's to help with that. Encore Hartford is one such example. They can educate on the functions of the nonprofit, as well as connecting with a suitable match. What a wonderful way to make a living and a difference in your world at the same time! Read the Entire Article


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