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Landing a Nonprofit Job Starts with the Right Resume

In many ways, non-profit organizations operate just like for-profit companies. They have many similar roles, departments, and policies. But there are some important factors to consider when preparing a resume for a non-profit job. The following are tips for writing a tailored resume showcasing the skills and attributes that appeal to non-profits.Working for a nonprofit organization can change what was the daily grind into a hopeful climb. Each completed task brings forth feelings of selflessness and purpose. For career seekers looking for more rewarding work - who want to see their contributions have more meaning than simply lining the pockets of profit - finding a paid job with a charity can lead them on a whole new path of lifetime accomplishment.

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