The report, “Forging Pathways to Purposeful Work,” from Gallup and Bates College, found that 95 percent of four-year college graduates nationally considered a sense of purpose at least moderately important in their work.
But of the graduates who strongly felt that a purpose was important, only 40 percent said they had found a meaningful career. Only 34 percent indicated they were deeply interested in their work, and 26 percent reported that they liked what they were doing on a daily basis.Inside Higher Ed, April 11, 2019
Read more at Purpose as Well as a Paycheck by Jeremy Bauer-Wolf in Inside Higher Ed. Part of WiFi (What I Find Interesting) Wednesday.