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Career Center | Expert: Good leadership is key to employee engagement

By Ann Belser / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Do you love your job but feel like it doesn’t love you back? It’s not you, it’s them. Your company’s leadership is making you feel unloved. “In most cases, it’s because of the leader,”

Career Center | Goodbye, cubicle: Say hello to the 'endless' work table

By Elaine Louie / New York Times News Service Architect Clive Wilkinson, 59, designed attention-getting offices for Google and advertising agency TBWA\Chiat\Day. And now he has done one for the Barbarian Group, an Internet advertising company in New York. Its

Career Center | Figure out -- and control -- your professional story

By Rex Huppke / Chicago Tribune It’s important to have goals. My list includes: Start a dynasty of ducks. Ride a narwhal (preferably while nude). Watch more TV. Learn how to write a newspaper column. I’m sure you all have

Career Center | Career advice: Don't take disrespect from power-grabber

By Marie G. McIntyre / McClatchy-Tribune News Service Q: I recently hired an employee who tries to control every situation. “Megan” frequently tells me that she is accustomed to being in charge because she has held leadership roles in the

Career Center | Career makeover: Marketing professional needs to seal the deal

By Michelle Archer / NWjobs Tricia Belcastro is itching to get back to doing the marketing work she loves full time. In the two years since she was laid off from her senior marketing position at fitness-equipment manufacturer Precor, Belcastro

Career Center | Career advice: Job applicant has dirt on HR manager

By Marie G. McIntyre / McClatchy-Tribune News Service Q: After submitting several unsuccessful applications to a local business, I have concluded that I'm being blocked by the human resources manager. "Ashley" and I previously worked together at a different corporation

Career Center | Study: More women, foreign-born executives enter top ranks

By Elizabeth Olson / New York Times News Service The face of corporate America is gradually being remade as women and professionals educated abroad enter into the top ranks of the largest corporations, according to a study in the latest

Career Center | Just say 'om': Mindfulness strategies flow into workplaces

By Cindy Krischer Goodman / The Miami Herald A few years ago, when Miami attorney Paul Singerman received a hostile email from opposing counsel, he would react with an immediate terse response. Not anymore. “The first thing I do is

Career Center | Career advice: My boss said he doesn't like working with women

By Marie G. McIntyre / McClatchy-Tribune News Service Q: When my boss advised me that I had not made the final round of interviews for a promotion, I couldn’t help shedding a few tears. As he was leaving my office,

Career Center | Zillow economist Krishna Rao's cool job

What do you do? I am an economist at Zillow, an online real estate marketplace. I work primarily on developing models to forecast home prices, but more broadly my job is to analyze real estate market conditions, interesting patterns, and

Career Center | Author: Business world could learn a lot from Pope Francis

By Joyce Gannon / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Jorge Bergoglio, the archbishop of Buenos Aires, was widely considered to be the runner-up in 2005 when Pope Benedict XVI was elected to lead the Catholic Church. But he didn't hang around the Vatican

Career Center | Surveying the field: 3 fast-growing engineering specialties

By Allison Ellis / Special to NWjobs According to the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics, careers in some engineering disciplines are among the hottest. The fields of biomedical and civil engineering and environmental engineering technicians are particularly booming; the BLS

Career Center | Rehearse in advance when asking for a raise

By Liz Reyer / Minneapolis Star Tribune Q: I'm going to be negotiating salary with a new boss, and this always makes me nervous. I don't want to settle for less than I should and I hear that she's a

Career Center | When it comes to leadership, do engineers have an image problem?

By Rick Barrett / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Satya Nadella, the brand-new chief executive of Microsoft, has an engineering background. So does Mary Barra, who became CEO of General Motors not long ago. Yet a vast majority of Americans believe engineers

Career Center | It's not too late: How to reinvent yourself after 50

By Dorie Clark / New York Times News Service I was manning a booth at the Harvard Club, which recently hosted New York’s authors’ night, when an older woman approached and picked up a copy of my book, “Reinventing You.”

Career Center | What's industrial psychology and why is it growing so fast?

By Ann Belser / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette One of the more obscure fields listed in the Bureau of Labor Statistics is industrial-organizational psychologist. It is also projected to be the field with the highest growth -- measured by percentage -- over

Career Center | Career advice: Hey, what happened to my raise?

By Marie G. McIntyre / McClatchy-Tribune News Service Q: The legislature in my state recently increased the minimum wage. As a result, a newly hired employee now makes almost as much as I do. My supervisor said that if I

Career Center | David Edgerton's cool advertising job

What do you do? I'm a creative director and account manager at Jones Advertising, one of Seattle's leading ad agencies. I develop and manage client relationships, communication strategies and advertising campaigns for a variety of clients like Ben Bridge, Washington

Career Center | Virtual job-search help just a click away

By Lora Shinn / Special to NWjobs If you can’t afford to hire a professional career consultant, consider using the many free or low-cost tech tools that can boost job-search success. Online and software-based services can be accessed right from

Career Center | Career advice: How can I be more creative?

By Liz Reyer / Minneapolis Star Tribune Q: My mind feels kind of stale. This seems to happen to me in the winter. Do you have suggestions for ways I could liven up and stay more creative? A: Get off

Career Center | Airlines in the U.S. facing pilot shortage

By Linda Loyd / The Philadelphia Inquirer A storm is brewing in the cockpit of U.S. airlines: a pilot shortage. Thousands of pilots are nearing the mandatory retirement age of 65, just as it is becoming harder to be a

Career Center | Inspect yourself for digital dirt before job search

By Diane Stafford / The Kansas City Star You've applied for a job. Prospective employers begin a background check. They call the references you've listed and sweep the Internet to see what they can learn about you. They hear, "Are

Career Center | Hiring Gen Y: How to recruit millennials

By Kristen Fife / Special to NWjobs As baby boomers and Generation X slowly start to thin out in the workforce, millennials are shifting workplace dynamics, right down to the way companies go about hiring. Millennials, currently in their 20s

Career Center | Career advice: Boss questions office's language policy

By Marie G. McIntyre / McClatchy-Tribune News Service Q: Our business employs people from many different countries. To encourage teamwork and inclusion, company policy states that English should be spoken when people are working together. If everyone in a group

Career Center | Model booker Kristi Bleich's cool job

What do you do? I am a model booker for TCM Models and Talent [in Seattle]. I work with our New Faces division to develop models for a career in the fashion industry. This includes guidance on clothing and grooming,

Career Center | 5 things successful managers do right

By Robert M. Sheehan Jr. Special to The Washington Post We heard it every weekend during football season. The losing team did not execute the fundamentals. "Didn't take care of the football." "Sloppy blocking." "Didn't wrap their arms on tackles."

Career Center | I'm not sorry: How to suppress the apology reflex

By Audrey S. Lee / New York Times News Service Confidence, at least in the American workplace, means never having to say you’re sorry. I know that now, but early in my career I found myself apologizing over and over

Career Center | Career advice: Transfer lands department under tyrant

By Marie G. McIntyre / McClatchy-Tribune News Service Q: Ever since our department was transferred to a different area of the company, morale has been going downhill rapidly. The main reason for this decline is that we have begun reporting

Career Center | Stacy Steffen's cool job at Brooks Running Co.

What do you do? I work at Brooks Running Company as a biomechanist, researching how we can improve and maximize a runner’s performance by evaluating how our shoes interact with the runner. When we design our running shoes, we look

Career Center | How to navigate annual Girl Scout office invasion

By Rex Huppke / Chicago Tribune I begin this column with a controversial declaration: I, Rex Huppke, America's most-beloved workplace advice columnist, am unabashedly pro-cookie. Yes, after years of speculation in the conservative workplace blogosphere, I am formally acknowledging that

Career Center | Ready to squirm? Site names most oddball job-interview questions

By Darrell Smith / The Sacramento Bee You’ve studied the company and its mission, polished your elevator pitch and honed your answers to a razor’s edge. You’re ready to have the interview of your life. Then a question comes out

Career Center | Career advice: Co-worker runs own business on company time

By Marie G. McIntyre / McClatchy-Tribune News Service Q: One of our co-workers has been running a personal business using company time and equipment. During the workday, “Susan” is often observed sending emails, scheduling appointments, and doing billing for a

Career Center | MOHAI exhibits manager Mark Gleason's cool job

What do you do? My title [at Museum of History & Industry in Seattle] is exhibits manager, but I do a little of everything, from designing exhibits to changing light bulbs. I help select the exhibits we display, design and

Career Center | Good Job: Majd Baniodeh of World Affairs Council

What do you do? I am the program engagement manager at the World Affairs Council [in Seattle]. The Council provides opportunities for everyone in Greater Seattle to be global citizens by advancing a deep understanding of international events and culture. My

Career Center | LinkedIn recommendations: a cautionary tale

By L.M. Sixel / Houston Chronicle References have posed a corporate conundrum for decades. Worried about defamation lawsuits, many companies refuse to allow their managers to discuss the work performance of former employees. Many companies won’t comment at all; others

Career Center | Do you really need social media to network or find a job?

By Diana Wurn / Special to NWjobs Career experts often tout the importance of social media in the modern job search. Polish your LinkedIn profile, they say. Build a portfolio website and get a professional profile picture taken. But what

Career Center | Career advice: Working from home, and feeling lonely

By Liz Reyer / Minneapolis Star Tribune Q: My job has recently changed to require me to telecommute much of the time. I’m used to being part of a large, cohesive team, and am struggling with feelings of isolation. It’s

Career Center | Bank tells junior staff to work only 6 days a week

By William Alden and Sydney Ember The New York Times For the ambitious college graduates who flock to Wall Street, working into the wee hours or even pulling all-nighters is an unwritten expectation of the job. Spending both Saturdays and

Career Center | Don't duck the 'current salary' interview question

By Rex Huppke / Chicago Tribune A reader emailed recently with an interesting job-search question. She explained that when she interviews with prospective employers, human resources officials always ask about her current salary. “I am willing to share a target

Career Center | Career advice: Illness prompts questions about employee rights

By Karla L. Miller / Special to The Washington Post Q: My husband has a treatable form of lymphoma. He will soon begin a new regimen that could cause nausea and fatigue, and that will compromise his immune system. He

Career Center | Seismologist Renate Hartog's cool job

What do you do? I am a seismologist staff member at the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network, located at the University of Washington in Seattle. We monitor Washington and Oregon for earthquakes and volcanic activity, and we operate a large network

Career Center | Workout Wear Friday? No sweat, boss!

By Vicky Hallett / The Washington Post There's dressing for success. There's dressing for the gym. And then there's Dress Pant Yoga Pants. The $88 trousers with belt loops, faux pockets and sun-salutation-ready stretch are the creation of Betabrand, a

Career Center | Steady job growth: Seattle area will add to 2013 gains

By Diana Wurn / Special to NWjobs Every year, labor-market economists pore over numbers on spreadsheets that will predict job growth in Washington for the New Year. The results are in, and according to the experts, the Pacific Northwest should

Career Center | Career advice: How to cope with overwhelming new job

By Liz Reyer / Minneapolis Star Tribune Q: I recently started a new job and I feel very overwhelmed. I was much more comfortable in my old job and now feel like the dumbest person in the room. What can

Career Center | Get a free NWjobs.com career makeover

Is your job search stuck? Do you need help switching careers or networking effectively? If so, you may be selected to get free job-hunting, networking and interviewing advice from a trio of experts in exchange for having your story and

Career Center | States make moves toward paid family leave

By Brigid Schulte / The Washington Post On Jan. 1, workers in Rhode Island became among the few in the nation able to, by law, take several weeks of paid leave to care for a newborn, adopted or foster child,

Career Center | Fresh start: Curb poor work habits for a successful 2014

By Laura Laemmle Frongillo / Salary.com In order to make room for the great new work habits you’re resolving to adopt this year, be sure to ring out any undesirable office tendencies. Here are some tips for banishing common office

Career Center | Career advice: Uh-oh, the boss wants to know my goals

By Marie G. McIntyre / McClatchy-Tribune News Service Q: My manager has begun having career discussions with all his staff members. He’s asking everyone about their long-term goals. Since I personally don’t have any career goals, how do I answer

Career Center | Year Up program gives young adults a career boost

By Michael E. Kanell / The Atlanta Journal-Constitution One winter ago, Liliana Tapia had a young son, a closetful of unfulfilled dreams and not enough hours of work in a job at a local restaurant. A 2012 high-school graduate,

Career Center | Tired of sitting? More workers take treadmill desks for a spin

By Diana Wurn / Special to NWjobs Some people go for a walk when they need to clear their mind or come up with ideas. John Knapp just starts walking at his desk. “I just hit ‘start’ and I’m off

Career Center | Career advice: Nepotism par for the course in family biz

By Marie G. McIntyre / McClatchy-Tribune News Service Q: Two years ago, the owner of our small family business hired his son as the accounting supervisor. At the time, “Henry” had just graduated from college with a degree in fine

Career Center | How to blow the whistle without blowing your career

By Diane Stafford / The Kansas City Star Someone you work with is doing something unethical. What do you do about it? If you’re like most workers, you’ll ignore it about half the time. That’s what Joseph Grenny, co-author of

Career Center | Hey, leaders: Keep employees in the company loop

By Joyce E.A. Russell / The Washington Post Employees don’t always know what is going on in their organizations. Yet communication is critical for all levels of employees. Research shows that engagement goes up when employees feel they have the

Career Center | My Cube: Novelist Janalyn Voigt's closet office

NAME: Janalyn Voigt, Snohomish JOB: Novelist CUBICLE RAVE: Like Harry Potter, I’ve taken up residence in a closet under the stairs. Well, at least I write in one. A former owner of my house wallpapered the closet in bright scenes

Career Center | Career advice: No one wants to eat lunch with me

By Karla L. Miller / Special to The Washington Post Q: I work in a smallish office. For some reason, people never ask me to join them for lunch. They don’t seem to mind if I come along, but they

Career Center | You can avoid burnout without working less, study shows

By Alina Tugend / The New York Times It's the end of the year, and lots of us are feeling a little overwhelmed. Tired, unfocused and ready to take a nice break with our families (or away from our families

Career Center | Recruiting for a hard-to-fill job? Try these tips

By Kristen Fife / Special to NWjobs The resumes aren’t coming in. No one is opening your LinkedIn InMails. Agencies can’t produce candidates. If you didn’t know it before, you do now: You’re trying to hire for a hot job.

Career Center | Career advice: When office F-bombs get out of control

By Marie G. McIntyre / McClatchy-Tribune News Service Q: During business discussions in our company, I have increasingly heard the F-word being used, even by managers and supervisors. While this doesn’t seem to bother some people, others are noticeably disturbed

Career Center | Kaitlin Sellereit's cool soda-operations job

What do you do? I’m the director of operations for Seattle-based DRY Soda Co. I’m in charge of production and distribution, and manage our product and packaging development process. How did you get the job? In college I interned at

Career Center | 'Jump Ship' from a dead-end job; book tells how

By Rex Huppke / Chicago Tribune I hate it when someone who isn’t me dispenses good career advice. Sadly, it happens from time to time, and it has happened in a big way with the publication of a new book

Career Center | Want a new job in 2014? Start planning now

By Michelle Archer / NWjobs If you’re planning to look for a job in 2014, you’ll be in good company. A resounding 83 percent of people said in a recent Right Management online poll that they “will actively seek a

Career Center | Career advice: Don't write off critical feedback

By Liz Reyer / Minneapolis Star Tribune Q: People have been telling me that I don’t write well enough, and I am kind of insulted by it. I think I do OK and don’t really need to be better for

Career Center | 10 trends to watch in work/life balance

By Cindy Krischer Goodman / The Miami Herald As we wind down the year, I've identified major workplace trends affecting the way we work. From an individual perspective, understanding these trends will give you an advantage. From an employer perspective,

Career Center | Micromanaged: How to control a control freak

By Joyce E.A. Russell / The Washington Post Micromanagement: It’s a dreaded word. Having a micromanager for a boss can be a huge source of stress. When you ask people to characterize a micromanager, they say things like: “He leaves

Career Center | Career advice: To maximize productivity, find your 'dot'

By Rex Huppke / Chicago Tribune I enjoy power tools that go “VRRRROOMMMMM” and hitting things with hammers, but that doesn’t make me a handyman. I learned that quickly after becoming a homeowner. There are jobs I can do --

Career Center | Career advice: Outplayed by problem employee; now what?

By Marie G. McIntyre / McClatchy-Tribune News Service Q: One of my employees is extremely stubborn. Regardless of the topic, “Paul” refuses to consider other opinions and always insists that he is right. Needless to say, this creates problems with

Career Center | Food-trends analyst Julie Mumford's cool job

What do you do? I’m on Allrecipes’ Business Intelligence team, analyzing food trends in real time. The primary data source is our extensive web-analytics platform that allows us to ask incredibly detailed questions about chicken -- or any other edible

Career Center | Average millennial will retire at 73, study says

By Walter Hamilton / Los Angeles Times The average millennial graduating from college today will not retire until age 73, because heavy student-loan debt will prevent them from saving enough money for an earlier retirement, according to a new study.

Career Center | Office gift guide: fun, affordable finds for your co-workers

By Bree Coven Brown / Special to NWjobs We know: You have to finish your year-end reports, turn in your expenses, shop for your significant other and pack for vacation. You don’t have time to find clever, affordable, work-appropriate holiday

Career Center | Career advice: Boss's pet employee really gets my goat

By Rob Walker / New York Times News Service Q: I work in a small, six-person office, and I find the relationship between our manager and this one younger guy in the office really irritating. Basically, they are too close.

Career Center | Cheers, monitor! Virtual happy hours connect far-flung workers

By Sheila Marikar / New York Times News Service A little after 4 p.m. on a recent Thursday, Eric Fleming, the head of strategy for Mash+Studio, a content marketing firm in Manhattan, gathered his co-workers for happy hour. In a

Career Center | Put your best face forward for online profile pictures

By Lora Shinn / Special to NWjobs Admit it: Your social media profile picture is a selfie, isn’t it? That may work for teens on Facebook, but for job seekers and professionals, a polished headshot has become as vital as

Career Center | How did your most recent performance review go?

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Career Center | Career advice: I don't want to socialize with my co-workers

By Karla L. Miller / Special to The Washington Post Q: I am a young working professional on a team with others around my age. We get along great! The only problem is that the team is always trying to

Career Center | HR consultant Carol Olsby's cool global job

What do you do? I am in the people business, as an independent global human resources consultant working with multinational companies that are focused on having workplaces where people are proud to work. Working globally is challenging and fun, requiring

Career Center | Career advice: Should you accept a promotion without a raise?

By Cindy Krischer Goodman / The Miami Herald Rosie Hernandez found herself standing in her manager’s office in disbelief. He was offering her supervision of a larger team and a title that reflected her new role. What he wasn’t giving

Career Center | Freelance frenzy: Workers go it alone, fueling a 'gig economy'

By Ben Schenkel
 / Bloomberg News Two years into his new career writing code for phone apps, Leo Landau works for companies as far away as Australia while never leaving his apartment in Eugene, Ore. By year’s end he expects

Career Center | Career advice: Acquisition puts brakes on fast-track promotion

By Marie G. McIntyre / McClatchy-Tribune News Service Q: I used to be on the fast track for promotion, but now I seem to be going nowhere. About two years ago, our company was purchased by a large corporation, and

Career Center | Amy Vernette's cool distillery job

What do you do? I’m the marketing and event director for Bluewater Organic Distilling [in Everett]. I create and produce events we host at the distillery, such as tastings, mixology classes and private parties. I also help partner with local

Career Center | Flight attendant, reporter on list of 9 worst jobs of 2013

By Aaron Gouveia / Salary.com CareerCast.com recently published its list of the Worst Jobs of 2013. The site analyzed several hundred jobs and rated them by work environment, income, outlook and stress. Using data from sources including the U.S. Census

Career Center | What are the best jobs in Seattle for 2014? Check out the Top 10

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Career Center | Mediator Gini Ann Davis' cool job

What do you do? I work with the Dispute Resolution Centers in both King and Snohomish/Island counties doing primarily family and business mediations, [as well as] coaching and mentoring mediators in training. Both of these Dispute Resolution Centers have nationally

Career Center | Career advice: How to ask for a flexible schedule

By Liz Reyer / Minneapolis Star Tribune Q: I would like to convince my boss that I should have more flexibility in my work. More specifically, I'd like him to authorize some flex hours and give me permission to work

Career Center | As reverse mentors, young adults teach executives

By Cindy Krischer Goodman / The Miami Herald My 12-year-old son has taught me that his generation participates in social networking entirely on their phones. He showed me how to post a photo on Instagram, follow others, tag people and

Career Center | 12 tips for better cover letters, applications

By Katherine Goldstein / Slate In the past five years, I’ve read something like 500 applications for entry-level media jobs. After scaling mountains of cover letters, I’ve developed some opinions I can no longer hold back. The most important one

Career Center | Career advice: How to cope with spouse's job change

By Liz Reyer / Minneapolis Star Tribune Q: My wife decided to leave her successful career to follow a passion. How do I support her while dealing with my insecurity about money and our future? A: Acknowledge your concerns and

Career Center | My Cube: Novelist James L. Rubart's secret workspace

NAME: James L. Rubart, of Woodinville JOB: Novelist CUBICLE RAVE: I write in a secret room in my home. It’s accessed through a tiny door in the back of my youngest son’s closet that leads into our attic, which

Career Center | At the tone, please don't leave a voice mail. Ever.

By Rex Huppke, Chicago Tribune This is the process I go through when I receive a voice mail: 1. Sigh. 2. Consider ignoring it. 3. Become overwhelmed by guilt. 4. Press “voice mail” button. 5. Forget password. 6. Try again.

Career Center | How to step up your style in Seattle's casual workplaces

By Kristin Kalning / Special to NWjobs Seattleites have a default style: super-casual. And that laid-back look extends to the workplace, where coders at tech companies show up in sweatpants and hardly anyone wears a tie. But just because you

Career Center | Career advice: How long do I need to stay in a job I don't like?

By Rob Walker / New York Times News Service Q: I have been in an entry-level administrative job for five months. In most ways, it’s good -- fair pay, great benefits, reputable company, decent learning and growth opportunities. But the

Career Center | Douglas Horn's cool directing job

What do you do? I direct and produce films and commercials. How did you get started? I started as a writer and got the chance to pull some film shoots together. It grew from there. Today I write, direct and

Career Center | College majors that lead to highest, lowest pay

By Diane Stafford / The Kansas City Star The first rule in career choice should be to do what you love. Reality creates a second rule: Do what pays the bills. Young people choosing college majors -- or midlife people

Career Center | Scientists: Time free of work lets brain innovate

By Rex Huppke / Chicago Tribune You're sitting in front of a computer screen, trying desperately to write the greatest workplace advice column in the history of the world and it's just not coming to you. Then you step away

Career Center | Thanks, Boss: Observe Boss's Day without inducing groans

By Bree Coven Brown / Special to NWjobs Wednesday, Oct. 16, is Boss’s Day. Many bosses probably aren’t even aware of it, while others cringe at obligatory recognition (isn’t every day Boss’s Day?). If your boss or manager has been

Career Center | Career advice: Manager needs to coach cranky employee

By Marie G. McIntyre / McClatchy-Tribune News Service Q: One of my employees seems to be alienating his co-workers. Several of them have complained that “Ted” gets angry and upset very easily, so they try to avoid working with him.

Career Center | Nick Corson's cool robotics job

What do you do? I am a prosthetics engineer and researcher at Orthocare Innovations [in Mountlake Terrace], specifically focused on robotic prosthetics and assistive devices. How did you get started in that career? I began working in robotics straight out

Career Center | Ad campaign offers unusual gift to those with new jobs

By Andrew Adam Newman / New York Times News Service Listing a new job on LinkedIn typically prompts congratulations from friends and relatives, but 25,000 members of the professional networking platform who change their employment status also are about to

Career Center | Want workers to be healthier, more productive? Ask them to sleep more

By Cheryl Hall / The Dallas Morning News Jim Maas has a simple answer for employers who want to contain escalating health-care costs and increase productivity, job satisfaction and creativity: Encourage your workers to get one more hour of sleep

Career Center | Career advice: Forget about tracking down tattletale

By Marie G. McIntyre / McClatchy-Tribune News Service Q: I recently made the mistake of including an inappropriate person on a group email. Someone tattled about this to my boss, who sternly warned me to never do it again. I'm

Career Center | Good Job: Splash's Lindsey Walsh

What do you do? I work in Operations at Splash, a Seattle-based nonprofit that ensures clean, safe drinking water to children in orphanages, schools, street shelters, rescue homes and hospitals in seven countries in Asia and East Africa through water-purification

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