America’s nonprofit organizations have great difficulty attracting and retaining talent—or so recent newspaper and magazine articles would lead their readers to believe. These articles cite low wages, large student debts, the limited appeal of many frontline nonprofit service jobs, restricted advancement opportunities, and inadequate benefits as causes of the workforce crisis.
Yet nonprofit employment has actually been booming, growing at twice the average annual growth rate of for-profit...
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