Is a career in nonprofit PR a fit?

Whether you’re a veteran communicator or a newbie to the industry, this infographic highlights the perks—and shows the drawbacks—of the altruistic position.

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If so, you might be a good fit for a career as a nonprofit communications director.

There’s plenty of good news to go around for these charitable folks. Most are happy with their jobs (72 percent say they’re satisfied or very satisfied). They also like their bosses. Many (83 percent) describe their relationship with their chief execs as positive.

Nonprofit communicators are also highly skilled. Almost all (90 percent) say that they’re comfortable or very capable in their job skills.

However, if nonprofit work were only full of good news, every PR pro would do it.

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