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Social entrepreneurs are holistic thinkers who want to dissolve the walls that have traditionally separated government, business and the nonprofit sector. They believe an integrated approach -- which is core to social entrepreneurial methodology -- has the best chance of success.
Too often, increasing employment means propping up failing industries or paying people to make and do things the demand side doesn't need. What the unemployed need are sustainable jobs, making useful stuff for people who want it.