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80,000 Hours was founded in 2011 by Ben Todd and William MacAskill. The organization was called High Impact Careers for a year or so before adopting its current name (MacAskill 2014; Kaufman 2015). In its early years, 80,000 Hours placed great emphasis on earning to give; since around 2015, the organization has de-emphasized this career path in favor of direct work, especially work in research, advocacy, and policy (MacAskill 2015).
Macaskill, William (2015) 80,000 Hours thinks that only a small proportion of people should earn to give long term, 80,000 Hours, July 6.
Todd (2015), '80,000 Hours', in Ryan Carey (ed.), The Effective Altruism Handbook, 1st ed., Oxford: The Centre for Effective Altruism, pp. 120-124
Kaufman, Jeff (2015) Giving vs doing, Jeff Kaufman’s
blog, November 29.
MacAskill, William (2014) The history of the term “effective altruism”, Effective
altruism forum, March 10.
Todd, Benjamin (2016) 80,000
hours: find a fulfilling career that does good, Oxford: Centre for Effective Altruism.
80,000 Hours is a nonprofit organization that helps individuals select high impact
careers. It conducts research on pressing social problems and provides one-on-one advice on the basis of this research.