More than 85% of the nonprofit workforce is comprised of women.
And most of these jobs are part-time, flex-schedule, consulting or retainer jobs (copywriters, grant writers, graphic designers) that trade benefits for convenience and pay less per hour on average than all full-time nonprofit jobs.
Most of these non-traditional jobs are filled by women.
Most of these women say they'll work in the same job in the next 2 years, while less than one-half of men say they'll work in the same job in 2 years.
And the average compensation of all women in the nonprofit sector is 18% lower than full-time roles or jobs filled by men.
About 15% of those jobs are filled by people in their 20s.
Over 24% are filled by people in their 30s.
And more than 22% are filled by people in their 40s.
All that is typical - 60% of the workforce is in the 20 to 50 range so this isn't surprising.
But what is surprising?