I've been working as a non-profit fundraiser for the past 10+ years and truthfully, I'm falling out of love with my career.
April 6,2021 at 12:17PM UTC
Part of the reason is because my current boss keeps promising me a promotion, but he's always too busy to write the job offer letter. Almost my entire non-profit career I've had bad bosses and workplaces in which I feel like the people who work there are not a priority. If I'm going to be treated like just another cog in the wheel, I'd rather go to for-profit where I can make 2x the amount of money. Asking for tips for transitioning from non-profit to for-profit, as well as how to deal with bosses who can't seem to make time for me.
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