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A Love Affair with Social Enterprise After Graduation

A Love Affair with Social Enterprise After Graduation

How did Sanum Jain, a University of Manchester graduate, ended up working for a small social enterprise instead of scaling up the corporate ladders like most of his peers?

Jain states his reasons why: 1) It is the sheer fulfillment and job satisfaction that he feels every single day, and 2) His role is constantly evolving by being a part of a small team, an indication that he won’t be stuck with routine tasks. Jain also discovers that even if you choose a path that swerves from that of the corporate norm, your paths are sure to cross at some point. He shares, “Instead of working for a large company, you may find yourself working with them.”

via Graduate careers: why I chose social enterprise over the corporate world | The Guardian



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