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The World Bank was behind two shake-ups of the vital industry – has it got it right?
Aid agencies must recruit fresh talent to remain relevant
Saving the world by shifting how we get our food is hard work
Aid groups such as USAID use Silicon Valley tactics to lure business executive do-gooders
‘We need ‘new’ everything and the Millennials are up to the task. They are the new Victorians’
A look at how organisations meet a growing demand for educational diversity when assessing job candidates
Kate Fearon on her life and work in troublespots – from Northern Ireland to Afghanistan and Kosovo
Employees accept the need for tough postings if they are to rise up the ranks
Efficiency drive could create a need for private sector skills
Organisations are using technology to improve effectiveness – and how this affects hiring
Virginia Marsh hears how a career with Oxfam and the UK foreign office led to a financial services role
Virginia Marsh reports on how a move from the corporate world can be exhilarating – but says the transition can be difficult
Sharmila Devi asks how applicants can reassure themselves about the stability of an organisation they are seeking to join
Charis Gresser explains how and why there can be variations in procedures between the corporate and non-profit worlds
Salaries are lower than in private sector – depending on where you come from, writes Tim Smedley
Programmes are available to students and young people seeking experience of working abroad, writes Maxine Boersma
Interview: Amanda Seller, head of service for private sector fundraising at the UNHCR. By Tim Smedley
Which characteristics and skills are required of those thinking of switching sectors?
A rare case of two charities combining could be the first of many, writes Sarah Murray
Dina Medland reports on the growing importance of working in an economy with a key role to play on many global issues
Sarah Murray reports on how free websites such as LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube can be costly
Adam Jezard finds that advertising in quality newspapers remains an important part of the mix
Sarah Murray says running a business looks straightforward when compared with the forces affecting the public arena
Janina Conboye finds that the experiences of husbands and wives of executives posted overseas can vary enormously
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