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People spend more time on their jobs than on any other activity besides sleep—about 80,000 hours over the course of a typical life (MacAskill 2014: 269). Choosing the right career, therefore, may be one of the most impactful things an altruistically-motivated person can do.
Cholbi, Michael (2020) The ethics of choosing careers and jobs, in Bob Fischer (ed.) College
ethics: a reader on moral issues that affect you, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 878–889.
MacAskill, William (2014) Replaceability, career choice, and making a difference, Ethical
theory and moral practice, vol. 17, pp. 269–283.
Todd, Benjamin (2016) 80,000
hours: find a fulfilling career that does good, Oxford: Centre for Effective Altruism.