Any job can be modified to have a positive social impact

  • A valet parking attendant can inspect tires and, if they are bald, alert the car’s owner.

  • An office worker can write an internal blog to help colleagues adopt healthy behaviors.

  • A safety officer can donate $10 from his budget to the food pantry every day his team has no safety violations.

  • You, also, can make a positive mark on the world through your everyday job.

“Job Purposing,” as this practice is called, has been shown to heighten employee engagement, performance and wellbeing while alleviating hunger, poverty, environmental degradation or other societal issues.

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