How working for free can improve job prospects

07/8/2013 | South Bend Tribune (Ind.)

Volunteers have a 27% better chance of landing a job, according to a survey by the Corporation for National and Community Service. The review of census data revealed the improved job prospects regardless of a person's sex, age, ethnicity, geographic area or job market conditions. "Volunteering can help job seekers develop skills and expand professional contacts, creating a positive impression that can make a big difference in a competitive job market," said agency CEO Wendy Spencer.

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