Research: Jobs in the charity and voluntary sector make us happier than jobs in any other sector, according to users of reed.co.uk.
Jobs in the charity and voluntary sector make us happier than jobs in any other sector, according to users of reed.co.uk.
67% of charity workers said they were happy with their current work situation compared to the average of 51% for all UK workers. And although 19% of charity workers admitted they would like a new job, this remains 5% lower than the national average.
Paid charity work can encompass nearly every career choice, from technology to fundraising to accounting, and with it comes a healthy dose of job satisfaction, it seems.
And although salaries in the not-for-profit sector won’t be as high as in other sectors, benefits like flexible hours, a positive and passionate working environment and, of course, the opportunity to really make a difference, it’s charity workers who go to work with the biggest smiles.