While helping others they also help themselves, both by improving their social lives and by being able to professionally network with others who have similar cares and interests. They will meet people outside of their fields, which often results in unexpected positive results.

One of the major problems in the digital age is the reduced personal interaction among younger generations. It has also greatly reduced the size of social groups. Entire fields of organizations have suffered a complete loss of new members due to changing interests and social expectations among the young.

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