What a good job really means for survivors

July 23, 2019

A good job is more than ‘just’ a job. For a survivor of human trafficking, violence, or exploitation, a good job is a window of opportunity for a hopeful future.

Not only does a good job enable survivors to take care of their basic necessities like safe housing, nutritious food, medical care, and children’s education, it goes deeper.

A well-paid job helps survivors build confidence, gain dignity, and start to dream, plan and save for their future.

A good job leads to freedom.

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