Non-Profit Industry Overview Full-time jobs in a non-profit are more lucrative and beneficial than you’d expect. Common entry-level non-profit jobs are in healthcare, education, the arts and churches. Recent college graduates will find public and private non-profits to not only have competitive earning potential, but also an amazing scope for advancement. For example, an office manager in a non-profit might take on additional responsibilities, given the size and compactness of the company and its objectives.
A career in a non-profit is usually a full-time job, and depending on the nature of the organization, may include working overtime and during holidays. Common entry-level job titles for non-profit jobs include fundraiser, program coordinator, office manager and social & community service manager.
Non Profit Salaries The average hourly wage across occupations in non-profits was $21.68 per hour in 2007, according to BLS.