||Barbara Lehrer was quoted recently in a fourtune.com article.
NOT-FOR-PROFITS ARE ADDING NEW JOBS AT A HIGHER RATE THAN THEIR CORPORATE COUNTERPARTS.
“But not all nonprofits are alike. Some of the very large ones can match the compensation that business offers,” says Barbara Lehrer, president of a staffing and headhunting firm called the New York Beacon Group that sometimes recruits managers from for-profit companies to run nonprofits in New York City and its environs.
Besides, people change jobs for all kinds of reasons other than money, she notes, like “the chance to work for a cause they really believe in, but also the prestige, or a better title, and a chance to apply their skills on a broader scale.”