Nationally, the nonprofit sector employs nearly 12 million people in the U.S. While our communities will always need the services provided by charitable organizations, the sector still faces unanswered questions about the talent staffing these nonprofits:
How can we support leadership development with limited resources? How can we persuade millennial and Gen Z workers to enter into nonprofit careers? How do we compete with the for-profit sector for talent? How can the sector handle the impending retirements of baby boomers?
Below we’ve compiled information about trends in nonprofit leadership, salary comparisons, education thresholds needed for certain careers, and local developments around leadership development.
Research about Nonprofit Careers and Leadership
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Findings from the Leadership Development Project
Research into leadership in Washington State.Learn more