Young Talent Desires Jobs with Impact
Just as important as the economic impact of generating jobs can be the social impact of the work performed and the people touched at those jobs. This is especially true in a world where social issues like food security and energy become more pressing with the growing world population. I read and article the other day exclaiming that "two thirds of students want to make a difference with their jobs – and many are willing to take a pay cut to do it." Working at a mission-based organization and with social entrepreneurs on a daily basis, this was certainly reassuring to know that young talent is striving to make a difference with their jobs. They will be the next group of entrepreneurs making profound impacts in healthcare, food, and energy. You can read the article, Can We Create Meaningful Jobs Together?, here.