If you work for a nonprofit, you probably think you’re underpaid. In one sense, you’re right. On average, nonprofit employees earn 11 percent less than for-profit workers. But according to a new study, if you compare apples to apples, people doing the same work in nonprofit and for-profit organizations earn roughly the same amount of money. It’s just that nonprofit jobs require fewer hours and nonprofits are disproportionately concentrated in low-paying industries. At least that is one...
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