May 7, 2012. A new report from FPI looks at the importance of jobs in the nonprofit health care and social assistance sector in New York City, and examines how the hardships facing the city’s low-income population – the main constituency served by the nonprofit human services sector – have grown in the wake of the Great Recession of 2008-2009 and the weak recovery over the past three years.

Also see a news story on Helping the Helpers reported by Ailsa Chang of WNYC – As City Faces Cuts, Study Finds Non-Profit Sector Is Largest Private Employer.