50 Simple Steps to Find a Job that Will Help You Do Good

Looking for a job can be a draining experience. It can test your mental fortitude, physical stamina and emotional stability. Especially when you want your job to be about more than just collecting a paycheck.

Help has arrived. The team at DreamNow put together a visually-stunning website that provides 50 Ways to Get a Job that Makes Good.

Once you get past the amazing design, you’ll discover the site is also chock full of great, insightful information. The steps are divided into eight different categories (plus a ninth one—happy, for when you find your job).

These tips aren’t just philosophical advice. They are real practical steps you can take as you search for the perfect job and the perfect industry. For example, to start the first few steps have you update your LinkedIn profile, setting a budget for how long your money will last and finding a friend who was in the same situation as you.

The site then takes you through steps to help you find your purpose, deal with feeling overwhelmed, learn new skills, network, get through being stuck, apply for jobs and interview. The site is also an interactive checklist. At the bottom of each page is a chance to check off if you’ve done the task or send you a reminder in a few days.

So if you are looking for a new job in the nonprofit world, DreamNow provides a great roadmap to help you on your journey to excellence and making a positive impact on the world.

Read more and explore the site at 50waystogetajob.com [DreamNow]


Lincoln Arneal

Lincoln Arneal was a Senior Editor at Nonprofit Hub who brought loads of real-world nonprofit experience to the team. He was the past executive director of a nonprofit that provided leadership development to junior high and high school students. He looked to bring the insights from his time forming, developing, and running a nonprofit to help others in their quest to do good. Lincoln also had a legal background and had written for various newspapers (covering high school sports) for the past 15 years. He could be followed on Twitter at @NPLNK.

September 5, 2014

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