Why doing something valuable brings job satisfaction

04/18/2013 | Quartz

"Do something valuable," is the advice career adviser William MacAskill gives all new graduates. In this commentary, MacAskill points to studies that show people who donate money or help others have higher job satisfaction. Instead of chasing money, MacAskill says, chase meaning. "[I]t's much easier to be wildly successful as an altruist -- you'll find other people supporting you at every step," MacAskill writes.

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