You’re looking for a job—but you don’t want just any job.
You want one that’s interesting, pays well and provides good benefits. You want nice co-workers, the ability to telecommute now and then, and maybe even a few perks like an onsite gym or paid time off.
Most of all, you want a job that allows you to contribute in a positive way to your community or to society as a whole.
If this sounds familiar, then you’re in good company. A 2016 Gallup poll described in the article “What Millennials Want From Work and Life” revealed that the majority of Millennials are idealistic and want their jobs to fulfill their sense of purpose.
So how do you go about finding a job that gives you meaningful work? Follow these three simple steps and find out:
Keep in mind that as you progress in your career and move through different life stages, your purpose can develop and change. But if you remember to periodically take stock of your personal beliefs and values, you can take action to ensure that your work always provides you with opportunities to make a positive impact in the world.
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