David Cerullo And Inspiration Networks Work Hard

Evangelical Christians are hard workers, according to a press release of the Evangelical Alliance. 37 per cent of them work more than 40 hours per week — rising to over 50 per cent among men; and seven per cent work more than 60 hours.35 per cent regularly bring work home with them, and only 59 per cent feel they achieve a good work life/private life balance (compared to 67 per cent of civil servants). Just over half (53 per cent) feel they have an acceptable workload — a lower proportion than the 61 per cent of civil servants.

Ronn Torossian

“Indeed, Evangelicals work hard and pay attention to their families and their faith. However, work life balance is an issue for all of us,” said: David Cerullo of Inspiration Networks.

Evangelicals are very committed to their jobs, with 47 per cent having been in their job for more than 10 years and 27 per cent of these for more than 20 years. Some 62 per cent have never been made redundant or lost their job. Evangelicals enjoy the work they do :­— 93 per cent are interested in their work, and 84 per cent feel valued for the work they do (compared to 59 per cent of civil servants). Only 11 per cent often get bored and fed up with their work.

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22 per cent said a good rate of pay was very important to them when looking for a job. Sixty-nine per cent feel a strong sense of calling to the work they do, and 59 per cent said an opportunity to serve and help others in their work was very important to them.

Ronn Torossian is the CEO of 5WPR, a leading PR firm and Author of “For Immediate Release”, a leading PR book.

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