Faith Based Jobs
When most people think of faith-based jobs, their first thoughts are of religious leaders like priests, pastors, rabbis, and imams.
But today there are many more options for those who wish to work for a church or other faith-based employer - or to help others. There are many reasons people choose a faith-based career. First, most feel that God is calling or leading them to help others through a church, synagogue, mosque, or other ministry. Others may feel the desire to help people who are struggling emotionally, physically, or financially.
JobMonkey's guide to religious jobs will look at the many different jobs and career paths that are available to people today: what they are, what they do, what the outlook for these jobs are, as well as what education, knowledge, and skills they require. We will also look at possible career paths and average salary information for each position.
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There are several faith traditions that are practiced in the United States today. However, the three faiths that are practiced by the largest number of people are the Christian faith, the Judaic faith, and the Islamic faith. Not only is the Christian faith practiced by a large number of people, but it also has the largest number of church and faith-related jobs in the country.
From being a deejay at a Christian radio station, to teaching at a Christian pre-school, there are many opportunities for you to make a positive impact in others' lives.
After reading the information that follows you will have a better understanding of your options and future career path when you choose to launch a faith-based career.