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Have you been feeling demotivated at work? Feeling like there’s no real purpose to what you do other than making money for your boss? It may seem as if changing the world is some rarefied dream for heroes – but in the charity sector, you’ll know you’re making a real difference every day. 

Here are our six top reasons why working for a charity could be the most rewarding job you’ve ever had.

1. A real sense of purpose

The desire to make a difference is what drives many people to work for a charity. Charities have a clear sense of purpose and aim to make the world a better place. Being part of this can bring you motivation and job satisfaction of a kind you’ll rarely find in the business world.

2. Like-minded people

Most people who work for a charity say the best thing about the job is the people. You’ll meet people from all different backgrounds, but with one thing in common: they all want to make a difference. You’re unlikely to find cut-throat competition in an organisation where you’re all working together towards an altruistic goal. When you work for a charity, it’s easy to make friends and build a strong professional network.
 
3. Varied opportunities

Charities are well known for competitive benefits package and great employee support, and as a result do well in attracting the best talent. Charities also offer more virtual roles and flexible working arrangements than the corporate sector.

4. Benefits and flexibility

You’re unlikely to get a pay rise when you move into the charity sector, but you are likely to find a competitive benefits package and great employee support, because charities want to attract the best talent. Charities also offer more virtual roles and flexible working arrangements than the corporate sector.

5. Opportunities for development

Charities tend to be innovative and offer a wide range of opportunities to get creative, involve yourself in interesting projects, and learn new skills. If you work for a smaller charity, you’re likely to find yourself wearing lots of hats and gaining valuable experience that will stand you in good stead in your career.

6. Living by your values

If you’re frustrated by corporate life, it may be that your job is at odds with your values. They value employees as people and listen to their ideas and passions.

Working in the charity sector could be the best move you ever make. So why not take a look at our charity roles today?
 

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