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80,000 Hours Podcast with Rob Wiblin

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A show about the world's most pressing problems and how you can use your career to solve them. Subscribe by searching for '80,000 Hours' wherever you get podcasts. Hosted by Rob Wiblin, Director of Research at 80,000 Hours.

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absolutely wonderful

80,000 Hours is one of the most amazing organizations and movements I have come across. I accidentally found their website early in 2017, in the midst of researching what coding language I should learn. Their advice is practical and incredibly relevant; it's been comforting to use their podcasts and articles as resources for shaping the rest of my future. If you want to know how to mold your life so you can reach your most productive and helpful potential, keep listening to and reading what 80,000 Hours has to say.

In depth discussion of meaningful content

The 80,000 hours podcast delves into meaningful topic with a commitment to rational inquiry. It's no exaggeration that this podcast can change the manner in which you conduct your life.

Career advice for the rational amongst us

The 80,000 Hours Podcast offers great discussions on the world’s most pressing issues. Each episode offers philosophical arguments, practical advice, philosophical advice, and practical arguments.

The 80k website has a complete transcript, extensive links and references, relevant blog posts and useful articles matched to the content of each podcast episode, so all their content works together to be a multimedia career guide.

Wiblin’s well-researched interviews and well-argued consequentialism are great intellectual stimulation. I’d recommend this podcast in particular to people aged 14-30, since it keeps a focus on how to craft your career.

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