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Nonprofit Workforce Shortages

July 13, 2022 4:02 AM | Chelsey Blakenship (Administrator)

Since the beginning of the pandemic, charitable nonprofits from across the country and all subsectors have been experiencing higher job vacancy rates than their for-profit and government counterparts, are confronting unbearable salary competition as those other sectors poach nonprofit employees, and must deal with burnout caused by the relentless pressure imposed on frontline nonprofits to deliver higher volumes of services without much relief since the pandemic began more than two years ago.

The National Council of Nonprofits published an updated report on the challenges nonprofits – and the people nonprofits serve – resulting from the workforce shortages experienced around the country.  The basic point of Nonprofit Workforce Shortages: A Crisis That Affects Everyone is that everyone who relies on charitable nonprofits suffers when the organizations don’t have the staff to provide basic services and programming. The report makes the case that now is the time for public officials to commit to advancing policy solutions at the local, state, and federal levels to eliminate a crisis that affects everyone.

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