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Seeking a more enriching job

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Q: I just quit my job as admitting manager for a hospital to get into something that might make a difference in the world. Where can I start my search?

A: Here are three steps you can take to find a more enriching (but not consuming) job.

1. Volunteer for local community boards and nonprofit organizations that you admire. By getting to know their administrators and executive directors, you can make contacts that may produce job leads.

2. Hook up with employment agencies specializing in temporary assignment of workers to nonprofit agencies and companies in the social services.

3. Arrange informational interviews with the head of recruitment at your local United Way or county “community action” agency. By meeting these influential folks, you’ll learn about the types of jobs available and maybe even get referrals.

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