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At nonprofits, the “reward” for work still isn’t money

Ben Paynter •
Co. Exist
Hands of multi-ethnic business team assembling jigsaw puzzle, top view

One of the classic refrains about nonprofit work is that those doing it will feel so rewarded. As in, emotionally—not financially. “Most of us who entered the nonprofit field didn’t do so because of the Benjamins,” wrote Vu Le, who runs the popular nonprofit blog Nonprofit AF. “However, it’s gotten ridiculous, and too many nonprofits

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Over half of families take a pay cut because they can’t find summer childcare

Maressa Brown •
Working Mother
Over Half of Families Take a Pay Cut Because They Can't Find Summer Childcare

A new survey shows just how financially and logistically hard summer can be for working families. Summer can be a wonderful, festive time to enjoy vacations, pool days and backyard BBQs with family and friends. But the season can also present a logistical—and financial—headache for many working families. After all, when school isn’t in session

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Can You Afford a Large Family?

David Ning •
MoneyNing
Family with six children large family

It doesn’t take a scientist to figure out why so many couples are choosing to stop at just one child. Raising children is not only a very expensive proposition these days; it also takes a lot of time and energy. Many parents find that they’d rather focus all of their energy on one child. That

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