WNYC: The City's Largest Private Employer Is The Nonprofit Sector
A fascinating story on WNYC this morning: a new report finds that the city's largest private employer is the nonprofit sector.
When we wrote our cover story "The Nonprofit 1 Percent," we saw that there are some lucrative posts at the top of some of the city's nonprofit organizations. But we didn't learn, until WNYC reported today on a study by the Fiscal Policy Institute, that nonprofits are the main private employers for workers of all kinds in the city. They play a huge role in the city's private workforce, especially in the outer boroughs and among female workers and workers of color.
Read reporter Ailsa Chang's story here.
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