What Do People Value in a Career? Love or Money?Blog / Produced by The High Calling
The New York Times studied key words in commencement speeches last year and found the words "love" and "world" showed up far more often than "money" and "success." Does this mean there's a shift in what people value most in their careers? Read the article here.
Do you find it challenging to be a Christian in a competitive workplace? Discover how to enjoy a successful career without sacrificing your soul! Encouraging you to hold firm to your faith in win-at-all-costs corporate environments, Tim Keller and Katherine Leary Alsdorf help you carry your beliefs from church to job, stay true to your values, make God-honoring choices, and more.
Published by The High Calling, May 6, 2012.
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