In one major metropolitan city, the average federal court law clerk makes about $84,000 a year, while the average garbage collector makes about $80,000 a year. These jobs may be equal in pay, but are they equal in kingdom value? Does one contribute to human flourishing more than the other? In this panel discussion, we’ll talk about whether some jobs matter more than others and how the gospel frees us to do all types of jobs for his glory and our joy.
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