Have a job that depends on a high level of ethical decision making? You're probably better at it in the morning, according to a new series of studies at Harvard and the University of Utah. If, on the other hand, your job involves House of Cards-level deception and subterfuge, well, maybe in your case, the early bird does not get the worm.
For many people, choosing a career is about more than a long list of benefits and a high salary. Some individuals seek out personal fulfillment and a career that allows them to change the world, even in the smallest of ways. 80,000 Hours is a student-run organization that helps people do just that by guiding them into ethical careers.