Cash-Strapped Nonprofits in Oil-Boom Region Go Begging for Workers - How America Gives - The Chronicle of Philanthropy- Connecting the nonprofit world with news, jobs, and ideas: "Meanwhile, the Salvation Army couldn’t afford to offer more than $13.60 an hour—hardly enough to fill an open position quickly, much less expand a charity overwhelmed by the needs of people struggling to make it here.
With rents for single-bedroom apartments averaging around $1,700 a month—when you can find one—such pay represents far less than a living wage. What’s more, many who come to Williston to work aren’t arriving with the hope of helping others."
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