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Nonprofit Jobs: 43% Of Charities Plan To Hire In 2012 (Where To Look)

Posted: 03/28/2012 10:02 am

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Job prospects look good for those trying to break into the nonprofit industry.

According to a recent survey released by Nonprofit HR Solutions, 43 percent of nonprofits will be hiring new workers this year. Of the 450 organizations queried, health and human-service nonprofits said they are the most likely to bring on new workers in 2012.

So where should a job-seeker looking to change the world begin her search?

Recruiters shared their top 10 go-tos for scouting out potential applicants. Click through our slideshow below to find out where you should launch your hunt.

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No. 1 Craigslist
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The no. 1 place recruiters look for applicants, Craigslist.org requires no log-in or fee to peruse its listings, which range from experienced field organizer, to eco-startup intern. Of those surveyed, 23 percent of recruiters they were "very satisfied" with their experience on the website, according to the 2012 Nonprofit Employment Trends Survey.

Learn more about the hiring trends in the nonprofit sector from the infographic below
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Filed by Eleanor Goldberg  |