1. Nonprofits Seeing Growth While Private Sector Remains Stagnant

    Nonprofits Seeing Growth While Private Sector Remains Stagnant

    The nonprofit sector is continuing to project job growth, while the private sector remains stagnant, according to results of a survey by Nonprofit HR. The ninth annual Nonprofit Employment Practices Survey shows that 57 percent of nonprofits anticipate hiring at least one new employee in 2016 (a 7 percent increase over 2015), compared to only 36 percent of for-profit companies who plan to hire, the same percent as last year.

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    1. The last few years this survey has validated the strength of the nonprofit sector as it continues to grow, outpacing the corporate sector and holding its spot as the third largest employer in the country.